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Title: Landscape beneficial management practices: the contribution of landscape design to the sustainability of livestock operations
Authors: Harris, Dawn F. Guđrun
Supervisor: Trottier, Jean (Landscape Architecture)
Examining Committee: Murray, Derek (Scatliff Miller Murray Inc.) Wittenberg, Karin (Animal Science)
Graduation Date: February 2011
Keywords: landscape planning & design and livestock
Glenlea Research Station
Issue Date: 11-Jan-2011
Abstract: This practicum explores the potential role that landscape planning and design can play in improving the relationship between the public and farmers whose method of production involves an intensive livestock operation. The work involves five areas of exploration: bioremediation, odor control, climate mitigation, biosecurity, and aesthetics. Bioremediation is explored in the context of constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment. A new shelterbelt design, an eco-buffer, is reviewed for its applicability in odor control and climate mitigation. Biosecurity is addressed through site planning while design interventions and vegetation selection address aesthetics. The site is that of the Glenlea Research Station (GRS) belonging to the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, University of Manitoba. The GRS is home to a major undertaking of the Faculty, the National Centre for Livestock and the Environment. A new addition to the site is a visitor centre, The Bruce D. Campbell Food and Farm Discovery Centre.
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