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Vol.10 No.3 Wild Lands Advocate

June 1, 2002

INSIDE
Effects of ORVs in Wilderness ………………..5
“Flexibility to Manage” – Who Benefits? ……7
By Dr. Brian Horejsi
Alberta Wilderness Watch …………….10
Alberta Scientists Support Expansion of Protected Areas Network ……………………..10
MLAs Getting Message About Bighorn ….11
Bill 206 is a Red Herring ……………………….11
Ecosystem Management in Elk Island ……12
Castle Wilderness ………………………………..12
McClelland Oil Sands Project ………………..13
Grizzly not Listed as Threatened …………..13
Lake Louise …………………………………………13
Lakeland Logging Plans ……………………….14
Touchwood Lake Poem ……………………….14
Sour Gas in the Whaleback ………………….15
Cheviot Mine ……………………………………….15
Oldman River Basin Water Management..16
Snake Hunters’ Blues …………………………..17
Artist Profile: James Marshall: ………………19
Association News
Wilderness Awareness Month ………………20
Wild Alberta Map ………………………………….21
Alberta Wilderness Watch Stewardship Program………………………………………………21
Climb for Wilderness…………………………….22
Profiles of New Staff and Volunteers ……..24
Upcoming Events ………………………………..25
Wilderness Defenders Awards ………………27

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No public hearings are scheduled. Only one Alberta organization, the Alberta Wilderness Association, is independent enough that it continues championing public land and the people's right of access to it. So people must speak individually, as they have so many times before, directly to the premier, the minister of Sustainable Resource Development and their MLA, and remind them of what public land means to all of us, that none of it is surplus to our needs, that we do not want it sold.
- Bob Scammell, 2003
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