Submerged: A look into Alberta’s semi-aquatic and riparian zones

Today we're celebrating the Alberta Native Plant Council's 30th Anniversary Year at the Devon Golf and Conference Centre. We will also be selling our new native seed packs. Be sure to check us out and chat about the upcoming field season! You can learn more at:


Designing for Tomorrow: The Future of Stormwater Management

We're very excited to exhibit at the Alberta Low Impact Development Partnership Summit in Calgary! This 2-day event is to discuss the evolving role of ponds and wetlands and how they fit in the stormwater management toolbox. Check out the great line up of speakers and training opportunities at:

Bunchberry Meadows now open

The Nature Conservancy and Edmonton Land Trust made this happen. With the warming weather make sure you check out this place. It's a 250 hectare conservation area of native Parkland located just west of Edmonton.

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2017 Highlights

Here are a few tidbits from last year's field season!

Shruti, our Sustainable Business Intern in Local Promotion, Marketing and Sales put together this booth for the Bloomin' Garden Show. Thanks so much for your help!

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2017 was a final acceptance certification year for our ponds at Aurora-Walker Lakes. So we made sure everything looked the best it could be!

Next up was the Graydon Hill overflow pond. I wanted to make sure I snap a picture of the spring flooding before water disappeared later in the season.

Our 2nd final acceptance certification last year was at the Riverside SWMF in St. Albert. Only two years after construction completion, the site is progressing very well! I would say the life soil transfer was a huge success!

You might have also seen us at the downtown Edmonton and St. Albert farmers markets. I know I know, the hats are awesome!


Bare with me as I am trying edit this video. Apologies for blabbering in German. I was simply wishing Dan farewell ;)

Lastly, we planted a new site in Heritage valley in the fall. Hopefully Towne Centre will flourish next spring!

Happy New Year from Clark Ecoscience!

From all of us at Clark Ecoscience, we hope you had a safe and Happy New Year!


This year we are launching our blog on

Our blog aims to provide you with fun facts and informative commentary to broaden your knowledge about urban naturalization and native plants.


Some 2017 Highlights ...

  • Moved into our new office on 99 St (Hazeldean)
  • Naturalized and landscaped 4 residential yards
  • Obtained 2 Final Acceptance Certificates from the City of Edmonton and St.Albert
  • Planted over 50 000 individual native plants, including 130 different species
  • Collected over 1 700 000 native seeds!


We cannot wait to see what 2018 will bring!