AWA was pleased to meet with landholders in Manyberries to discuss the future of Sage-grouse, grasslands and ranching communities!
Photography can be an effective technique for documenting issues, capturing site-specific information on land use and displaying land use problems. It does not preclude the need for other measurements, but where timing, resources, equipment and expertise may be problematic an image can provide a sense of conditions encountered. When used to create a sequential time step of images that document changes, improvements or worsening problems the visual result can be compelling. Images are only as useful and effective for creating benchmarks in time and for subsequent monitoring if the following considerations are factored into planning and photography...
International Biodiversity Day (IBD) - May 22nd, 2010
Introducing new Canadians to Alberta's Wilderness: Aug. 4 and 11, 2010