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April 10, 2024

Survival in Drought

Without a substantial amount of spring rain, the prairies can look forward to another hot…

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January 24, 2024

AWA Comments on Canada’s 2030 National Biodiversity Strategy Milestone Document

AWA has written comments in response to Canada’s 2030 National Biodiversity Strategy Milestone Document. The…

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November 21, 2023

AWA written submission for AUC renewables inquiry

In response to the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) inquiry into the ongoing economic, orderly and…

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August 3, 2023

Gravel Mine Approval Threatens Big Hill Springs

This important, unique, and ecologically sensitive ecosystem is one of the core attractions for the…

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March 28, 2023

Provincial Election 2023: Environmental Platforms We’d Like to See

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

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There is an urgent need to engage people with nature. All aspects of it. Not just the pretty bears and cute snakes. Also the realities of it, the death, struggles, and pain. Not only are people losing touch with nature, they are losing touch with the realities of nature.
- Clayton Lamb, January 2018
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