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A Castle-Crown Collage

January 16, 2013

Wild Lands Advocate articles, December 2012, by Cyndi Smith, Peter Sherrington and Reg Ernst. Three different perspectives on the Castle combine in a collage that echoes the diversity found in the region’s Ecosystem. Cyndi Smith writes of her experiences as a Vegetation Specialist with Waterton Lakes National Park. Peter Sherrington talks about tracking migratory birds and other species as they fly over the Crowsnest Pass. And rare plants expert Reg Ernst gives us his perspective on why his Castle home is so special.

With rare exception cattle ranchers have been the best of guardians of the land entrusted to them. May we continue to be conscientious caretakers of this precious resource and hand it on to another generation unspoiled.
- Gerald Brewin, Rancher in the Taber area 1929 - 2016
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