Help Stop Clear-Cutting in Castle— "Alberta's Costa Rica"
Clear-cutting has begun in Castle
Use Your Leverage as a Visitor or Voter to Stop Clear-Cutting in Castle Protected Area - "Alberta's Costa Rica"
It's URGENT you act because Spray Lake Sawmill's bulldozers are now building logging roads in former national park lands to clear-cut what today is the heart of the Castle Special Management Area -- a Government of Alberta designated Special Place protected area in the Rocky Mountains of southwest Alberta. As Alberta's Legislature and new Premier go back to work, you can use your leverage as a potential visitor to Alberta or voter in Alberta to save this vital part of the international Crown of the Continent ecosystem and National Geographic geotourism area.
The author of Canada's official book for the National Park Centennial was amongst the local residents, outdoor enthusiasts and conservationists that were issued a Court Order over blocking logging from starting in what was once Waterton Lakes National Park and is today the Special Place protected area. It's Alberta's most biologically diverse area with numerous species listed as rare or at risk of extinction in Alberta, including grizzly bears.
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