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August 17, 2022

AWA Signs Joint Letter to UNESCO Mission Assessing Wood Buffalo National Park Heritage Status

Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) has co-signed a joint letter submitted by CPAWS Northern Alberta on…

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August 8, 2022

Big Hill Springs Provincial Park – An Environmental and Geological Treasure

Wild Lands Advocate article by: Tako Koning, P. Geol. and Dale Leckie, Ph.D., P. Geol….

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August 2, 2022

Chin Reservoir Impact Assessment Request Denied

Dear AWA members, Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) and other concerned parties are disappointed to learn…

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May 12, 2022

Sustainable Forestry: Are Forest Certifications Doing their Job?

Wild Lands Advocate Wilderness Watch update by: Devon Earl, AWA Conservation Specialist Click here for…

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May 10, 2022

Irrigation Expansion Action Alert

Dear valued AWA members, For those who are unaware, AWA has been one of several…

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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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