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February 22, 2021

A Conversation with Dene Tha’ Chief James Ahnassay

AWA’s prestigious Wilderness and Wildlife Defenders Award was presented to Dene Tha’ Chief James Ahnassay…

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October 28, 2020

Adventures for Wilderness: Albertans Honour AWA’s 55th Year by Embarking on a Province-spanning Series of Wilderness Experiences

Wild Lands Advocate article by: Sean Nichols, AWA Program Specialist Click here for a pdf…

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October 26, 2020

Cub Reporter Corner: Pollinator Power!

Wild Lands Advocate update by: Abigail Hadden Click here for a pdf version of the…

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September 1, 2019

Citizens: Putting the “C” Into Conservation

Wild Lands Advocate article by: Ian Urquhart, AWA Conservation Staff and Editor of Wild Lands…

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June 1, 2019

AWA Summer Hikes

Wild Lands Advocate article by: Nissa Petterson, AWA Conservation Specialist Click here for a pdf…

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More logging appeared imminent because vandalized landscapes, just like homes with broken windows, tend to invite more abuse.” Andrew Nikiforuk. This tells it all, whether oil and gas, logging, OHVs etc. already exist, then it seems governments are gung ho to keep going and open it all up to more activity and abuse. . . and why we need AWA more than ever.
- Cliff Wallis
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