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AWA hosts events of all types throughout the year and throughout the province.

May 10, 2016

Calgary Talk: Examining Flood Management in High River AB

AWA Building (455 12 Street NW, Calgary)

Examining Flood Management in High River AB With Eva Bogdan Tuesday, May 10, 2016 Talk starts at 7:00 PM (Doors open at 6:30pm) 455 12 Street NW, Calgary $5.00 The flood of 2013 remains ever-present in our minds as the decisions and land-use planning that have followed find many of us questioning large-infrastructure mitigation approaches….

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June 4, 2016

Big Sage Natural Area Hike – SOLD OUT

Big Sage, Castle area

Join Wendy Ryan for a stewardship and wildflower hike in Big Sage Natural Area.  Big Sage is situated in the South Castle River Valley southwest of Pincher Creek and named after the big sagebrush that is prevalent in the area. Hikers will enjoy a short hike up Whistler Mountain and have the opportunity to view several amazing…

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June 11, 2016

Spring In the Whaleback – SOLD OUT

Whaleback Ridge

Located in southwestern Alberta the Whaleback Region encompasses the most extensive and least disturbed area of Montane landscape in Alberta’s Rocky Mountain natural region. It is 140 km south of the City of Calgary just north of the Oldman River. Bob Blaxley is an avid outdoor enthusiast whose expertise in the Whaleback continues to make this a…

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June 25, 2016

Porcupine Hills Hike

Porcupine Hills

  Situated between the mountains and the prairies and located east of Claresholm , the Porcupine Hills are a unique, but unprotected area.  The area gets its name from the ancient Douglas-fir and pine trees that populate the crests of the hills. You will have the chance to learn about the ecoregions, plant communities, and present day threats;…

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June 28, 2016

Plateau Mountain Hike – SOLD OUT

Plateau Mountain, Kananaskis

Located in southern Kananaskis Country, Plateau Mountain’s Ecological reserve offers superb views and a rare diversity of plants and animals.  Participants will be introduced to the unique ecological features of the area and will participate in stewardship reporting and cleanup of the area. As this is a work trip there will be no cost.  Participants will…

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