Alberta Wilderness Association

AWA After Hours: Watersheds, Wine & Cheese

Oct 25 2019 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

From the Alberta Wilderness Association:

Our fall After Hours series, Watersheds, Wine & Cheese will sell out quickly! This evening event combines wine tasting and watersheds – journeying from the major watersheds of Alberta to the wine-producing valleys of New Zealand. You will learn about water and wine and have a great evening with us contemplating fine tastes and the care our watersheds need. Read more about AWA After Hours: Watersheds, Wine & Cheese

Location

AWA Cottage School
455 12 Street NW
Calgary , AB

Building Climate Change Resilience and Adaptation in the Kainai First Nation

Dec 10 2019 - 7:00pm

Join Diandra Bruised Head, climate change coordinator with the Blood Tribe Land Management, for a presentation on the importance of Indigenous perspectives and voices in the climate change conversation, the outcomes of the projects, and the way forward, together.

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Location

AWA Cottage School
455 12 Street NW
Calgary , AB

Lakeland Boreal Forest Weekend

Sep 21 2019 (All day) to Sep 22 2019 (All day)

The beautiful Lakeland region features a rich diversity of boreal mixedwood forests, lakes and wetlands, providing excellent habitat for many wildlife species. Join AWA for two day hikes over an autumn weekend and learn more about what makes the Lakeland wilderness an important and unique part of Alberta.

Cost: Free AWA Members / $25.00 Non-members

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Locations

Lakeland Provincial Park , AB
Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park , AB

Caribou: Alberta-Canada Draft Agreement

The governments of Alberta and Canada recently released a draft agreement on timelines and actions to develop woodland caribou recovery plans. Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) supports much of the agreement but remains very concerned that interim habitat protection is needed for Alberta and Canada to follow through. Read more about Caribou: Alberta-Canada Draft Agreement

Birds, Rocks, Hills and Fields

Aug 24 2019 - 9:30am

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Frank Lake

Photo credit: R. Miyagawa

Join AWA on a driving tour as we meander our way through various locations that exhibit Alberta’s phenomenal wilderness and wildlife, the unique geology of the Porcupine Hills, and a site visit to an abandoned well under the responsibility of the Orphan Well Association. Come out for a great day of exploring, and learn more about your backyard!

Registration: $25

Registration cost for all events during the month of August will include a lifetime membership with AWA. Read more about Birds, Rocks, Hills and Fields

Location

First Stop: Frank Lake , AB

Fortress Ski Hill Should Not Truck Mountain Water to Calgary

Fortress Mountain ski hill is proposing to remove 50 million liters per year of water flowing into Kananaskis’ Galatea Creek and truck it to a Calgary water bottling facility. Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) strongly opposes this water use and calls on Fortress ski hill to withdraw its proposal. Read more about Fortress Ski Hill Should Not Truck Mountain Water to Calgary

Whaleback Fall Hike

Sep 21 2019 - 9:00am

Say goodbye to summer and hello to fall with an exploration of the Whaleback. The rocky ridges and rolling forested hills of the Whaleback are picturesque, and represent a vital landscape within southern Alberta that is sure not to disappoint. Join Nick Pink and Conservation Specialist Nissa Petterson as they explore this beautiful Montane wilderness during its full fall brilliance!

Cost: $25 AWA Members/ $50 Non-members
Difficulty: Moderate to challenging hilly terrain; good hiking shoes required and long pants recommended. Read more about Whaleback Fall Hike

Location

Whaleback , AB

Porcupine Hills Summer Hike

Aug 9 2019 - 10:00am

The Porcupine Hills are a spectacular piece of Alberta’s wilderness; from rolling forested hills, countless limber pines, and meadows of beautiful wildflowers, this landscape has it all! What better way to spend a summer’s day than exploring this area with Conservation Specialist Joanna Skrajny.

$25.00 for AWA Members / $50.00 for Non-members

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    Location

    Porcupine Hills , AB

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