Grasslands, also known as prairies, savannas, or steppes, are ecosystems characterized by extensive areas of grasses, sedges, and other herbaceous plants. Predominantly found in the southern interior regions of the province, they support a unique assemblage of plant and animal species, including rare and at-risk species, and play a vital role in conserving biodiversity and providing important ecological functions, such as water regulation and carbon storage.

This collection contains datasets pertaining to grasslands, including grassland related conservation and restoration efforts.