Wild Lands Advocate article, August 2012, by Carolyn Campbell. An argument for why right now is the ideal time to extend Lakeland Provincial Park and Recreation Area, and establish protected areas within the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.
Wild Lands Advocate article, August 2012, by Sean Nichols. Nichols continues his series in which he presents AWA's 2012 priorities, this time highlighting Alberta's grizzly bears, and the Cold Lake area along the province's eastern border.
2012-02-03 AWA News Release: Beyond Monitoring - Responsible Management Needed for Oilsands Wildlife and Wetlands Impacts
Today, forty five years after the first tar sands mines started, the federal government has finally taken steps to introduce credible monitoring for contaminants and habitat degradation from oilsands development. Alberta Wilderness Association believes that long-overdue monitoring of Alberta’s oilsands impacts is a step in the right direction, but monitoring itself will not fix any of the issues which have so bedeviled the industry for the past few years.
wild Lands Advocate article, October 2011, by Chip Scialfa and Eileen Ford.
The Lakeland Country tourism proposal in the recently released draft Lower Athabasca Integrated Regional Plan presents a major opportunity for local citizens to weigh in on the special values of their region. AWA has developed a plan to encourage conversations throughout the Lakeland region about water-based recreation and tourism opportunities and increase citizen participation in the process.
Wild Lands Advocate article, June 2010, by Tom Maccagno
News release from AWA and the Metis Nation of Alberta
2006-10 All Roads Must Lead to Alberta’s Mecca: Proposal for Highway through Lakeland Park Resurrected