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June 1, 2015

Vol. 23 No. 3 Wild Lands Advocate

Features The Sky Shouldn’t Be The Limit:  Cattle in the Castle Ranchers and Wolves: A…

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April 1, 2015

Vol. 23 No. 2 Wild Lands Advocate

Features Canada’s Greater Sage-grouse Begin their Long Road to Recovery Greater Sage-grouse: The Business of…

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February 1, 2015

Vol. 23 No. 1 Wild Lands Advocate

Features Giving up the Ghost? Managing Recreation on Public Land: How does Alberta Compare? Hummingbird…

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December 30, 2014

Vol. 22 No. 6 Wild Lands Advocate

Features The Anthropocene Has Arrived Shifting Ecosystems Require Shifting Priorities: Report addresses biodiversity management challenges…

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November 1, 2014

Vol. 22 No. 5 Wild Lands Advocate

Features Get Off Coal: A Doctor’s Prescription Should We Embrace Carbon Capture and Storage? Crowsnest…

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When citizens and their representatives in government fail to place a high value on wilderness as a resource in itself, then its disappearance – especially in reasonably accessible locations – is swift and certain.
- Bruce M. Litteljohn and Douglas H. Pimlott, “Why Wilderness?”, 1971
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