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September 15, 2022

Coal is Still a Concern

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

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September 12, 2022

Cub reporter: Sleeping under the Stars

Wild Lands Advocate article by: Kasha MacDonald Click here for a pdf version of the article….

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July 18, 2022

Re-imagining the future of Canmore

Wild Lands Advocate article by: Robin Pollard and Tenaya Lynx Click here for a pdf…

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July 7, 2022

Grizzly Bear Management in Alberta: Jumping the Gun on Grizzlies

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

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January 9, 2022

West Bragg Creek Trails Master Plan Engagement – Online Survey Open Until Jan. 24th

In early December Alberta Environment and Parks opened a window to engage the public about…

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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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