Government Dodges Caw Ridge Inquiry
December 1, 2008
Wild Lands Advocate update, December 2008, by Chris Wearmouth.
In August, AWA called upon the provincial government to hold an inquiry into the public interests surrounding Caw Ridge, located northwest of Grande Cache, Alberta. The ridge offers exceptional wildlife habitat, including for bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and grizzly bears. It also lies across the traditional migratory path of the Redrock–Prairie Creek caribou herd. Unfortunately, Caw Ridge is also valued for its coal reserves.
Read the article here: 200812_ar_wla_update_cawridge.pdf