Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition

Media Release

Conservation groups welcome new government opportunity

Conservation Groups Welcome the Opportunity to Protect the Castle Special Place

Conservation groups that have been working for decades to protect the most ecologically important area in south-western Alberta, the Castle, look forward to working with the newly elected Alberta government to fulfill their environmental promise of protecting the entire region as a Wildland Park. Read more about Conservation groups welcome new government opportunity

Event

8th Annual Great Canadian Shoreline Clean Up

Sep 23 2014 - 4:00pm

Join the Castle‐Crown Wilderness Coalition on September 23rd, 10:00 AM, at the boat dock at Beaver Mines Lake. Dress for the weather, don’t forget your hat and bring sunscreen, bug spray, water, and a bag lunch. Everyone is welcome to participate. Join us for an environmental clean up and help us keep our shoreline bright and beautiful.

Registration is requested but not required. To register call Carolyn at 403-627‐5059 or Wendy at 403-627‐4106. Read more about 8th Annual Great Canadian Shoreline Clean Up

Location

Boat Dock Beaver Mines Lake , AB
Event

7th Annual West Castle Wetland Ecological Reserve Weed Pull

Jul 23 2014 - 2:30pm

 

Presented by:
  • Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition
  • Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation
Weed Pull Flyer
Meet:
  • 8:30am at the Castle Mountain Resort parking lot
Bring:
  • digging tool,
  • drinking water,
  • lunch,
  • insect repellent and
  • cup, utensils and plate for the BBQ.
  • If you are trained to use it, bring bear spray and holster.
Wear:
  • sunscreen,
  • a hat and
  • dress for the weather.
Read more about 7th Annual West Castle Wetland Ecological Reserve Weed Pull>

Location

(meet at the Castle Mountain Resort parking lot)
West Castle Wetlands , AB
Event

Weavers Headwater Havens Conservation Report

Oct 2 2013 - 1:00am

Some of the best-known National and Provincial Parks in the world are set in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta. In the midst of international acclaim for these spectacular Parks, however, the area between them has been overlooked by all but a few. Read more about Weavers Headwater Havens Conservation Report

Location

Lebel Mansion Board Room
696 Kettles Street
Pincher Creek , AB
Media Release

Just $20 per Truckload of Non-merchantable Timber for Castle Clearcut Trees

Pincher Creek, AB - Twenty dollars. That’s how much grizzly bear habitat and trout spawning streams are worth to the Alberta Government. Twenty dollars is the amount of money that the Alberta government receives in royalties for each truckload of non-merchantable timber removed from the Castle. Read more about Just $20 per Truckload of Non-merchantable Timber for Castle Clearcut Trees

Media Release

Castle Logging Decision Ignored Fish & Wildlife, and Alberta Public

Details Revealed in Newly-released Freedom of Information Documents

ALBERTA - Newly-released documents reveal that the Alberta government’s decision to go ahead with deeply unpopular clearcut logging in the Castle Special Place, west of Pincher Creek, Alberta – despite widespread public opposition – was made by Forestry staff in a seeming vacuum. Fish and Wildlife staff were given minimal opportunity for input, and documents show that input was ignored. Extensive public opposition to the logging, which saw rallies, a protest camp and even arrests, was also discounted. Read more about Castle Logging Decision Ignored Fish & Wildlife, and Alberta Public

Media Release

Over a hundred attend Valentine’s Day Rallies in Support of Forests

Calgary, Edmonton, AB: More than 170 people attended rallies today in Calgary and Edmonton to send a strong message to the Government of Alberta: Albertans love their forests and don’t want the heart of protected areas like the Castle Special Place or poplar trail systems in Bragg Creek to be logged. Read more about Over a hundred attend Valentine’s Day Rallies in Support of Forests

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