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Gordon and Brenda Adams and their children Colin and Lacey were the recipients of the 2018 Turtle Mountain Conservation District Award presented at the December 10 MCDA banquet in Brandon.

WestMan mixed farm is recipient of the 2018 Turtle Mountain Conservation District conservation award

G & B Farms spans more than 2,700 acres and includes a large livestock component

Gordon and Brenda Adams together with their two children Colin and Lacey manage G & B Farms, comprised of Black Angus cows, horses and chickens, and a land base of 2,720 acres spread between the Turtle Mountains, Whitewater Lake, Medora and Pipestone. At Pipestone there are 1,120 acres of native pasture, never broken, plus the

Paul and Larissa Koshel spend their winters feeding birds and summers operating their market garden and saskatoon U-pick on their 125-acre farm purchased five years ago. It’s a good place to raise their three daughters, Ella, 10, Rhea, nine, and Kira, seven, says the couple. Paul’s father, Harry, 91, also lives with the family.

Neepawa couple committed to prairie rehabilitation

Paul and Larissa Koshel are the Whitemud Watershed Conservation District’s 2017 Conservation Award winners for their work restoring a small plot of native prairie plus a three-acre wetland

When a small farm came up for sale east of town in 2012 Paul and Larissa Koshel jumped at the chance to buy it. The couple was living in the town of Neepawa at the time, having moved down from The Pas in 2006 for Paul’s job as a school teacher at Gladstone and Larrisa’s