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Job Posting

Job Opportunity: Riparian Resource Analyst, Cows and Fish

Position: 
Riparian Resource Analyst
Application Deadline: 
25 Feb 2019
Location: 
Lethbridge

Cows and Fish is looking to fill two Riparian Resource Analyst positions, to collect and interpret riparian health inventory data. You will be part of a team collecting vegetative and physical baseline information of riparian function on various streams, rivers, lakes and wetlands across Alberta. Inventory data collected will assist local communities and our organization to address riparian land management issues throughout the province. Read more about Job Opportunity: Riparian Resource Analyst, Cows and Fish

Job Posting

Job Opportunity: Riparian Range Specialist, Cows and Fish

Position: 
Riparian Range Specialist
Application Deadline: 
24 Feb 2019
Location: 
Lethbridge

Cows and Fish is looking to fill a 1-year term position, based in southern Alberta. As part of the Alberta Riparian Habitat Management Society-“Cows and Fish”, a self directed and motivated person will provide provincial and regional support to stewardship groups, landowners, resource agencies and Cows and Fish staff through expertise in riparian ecology, management and range science. You will coordinate and implement community based and riparian health activities primarily in southern Alberta (Foothills and Grasslands Natural Regions) focusing on areas with wildlife species at risk.

Please download the Riparian Range Specialist job advertisement and details for more information. Read more about Job Opportunity: Riparian Range Specialist, Cows and Fish

Event

Keeping Alberta Wild Soiree

Mar 1 2019 - 5:30pm

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Photo of mountain lake
Photo source: CPAWS Southern Alberta

Early bird ticket prices available until January 31.

On March 1, 2019, CPAWS is celebrating a special Keeping Alberta Wild Soiree and we hope you will join us!

Help us celebrate successes in wild lands and park protection as we look forward to other ways to keep Alberta wild. The Soiree will be a fun night featuring those who’ve helped CPAWS preserve the special places all Albertans cherish.  Read more about Keeping Alberta Wild Soiree

Location

Macdonald Hall in Heritage Hall, SAIT
1301 16 Avenue NW
Calgary , AB
Media Releases & Op-eds

First Nations, environmental groups launch lawsuit to protect at-risk boreal caribou

CALGARY — Ecojustice lawyers, acting on behalf of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Mikisew Cree First Nation, Alberta Wilderness Association and David Suzuki Foundation, have filed a lawsuit against the federal minister of environment and climate change for her failure to protect the critical habitat of five boreal caribou herds in northeastern Alberta.

Populations of boreal caribou, the species famously depicted on the tail-side of the Canadian quarter, are in decline across the country, largely due to widespread loss and fragmentation of their habitat. Read more about First Nations, environmental groups launch lawsuit to protect at-risk boreal caribou

Media Releases & Op-eds

A Strong Majority of Albertans Support the Bighorn Country Proposal

EDMONTON – A new public opinion survey shows the vast majority of Albertans support greater conservation in the Bighorn region of the Rocky Mountains west of Nordegg.

The Government of Alberta is currently consulting on a proposal for a new network of parks and public land in west-central Alberta called Bighorn Country. Bighorn Country includes a wildland provincial park, three provincial parks, four public recreation areas and two Public Land Use Zones. Read more about A Strong Majority of Albertans Support the Bighorn Country Proposal

Media Releases & Op-eds

Biodiversity Stewardship Area Proposal South of Wood Buffalo National Park Welcome

Today the Alberta government proposed permanent protection of a significant area of lands south of Wood Buffalo National Park that are important for wildlife and Indigenous communities. Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) welcomes this proposal and the associated public consultation process. Read more about Biodiversity Stewardship Area Proposal South of Wood Buffalo National Park Welcome

Action Alert

Say YES! to Bighorn Country

Deadline: 
31 Jan 2019

Nestled between Banff and Jasper National Park, the Bighorn is a spectacular piece of wilderness. It’s where grizzly bears roam and harlequin ducks float down pristine streams that provide 90 percent of the water supply for the North Saskatchewan River.

The efforts of many have kept the Bighorn a treasure; for more than 50 years, AWA has been part of the effort to conserve the Bighorn with everything from garbage cleanup, hiking and equestrian trail maintenance, to monitoring and research. Read more about Say YES! to Bighorn Country

Action Alert

Show your support for Bighorn Country

Deadline: 
31 Jan 2019

From CPAWS Northern Alberta:

On Nov 23, the Government of Alberta announced its intention to create a series of protected areas collectively called Bighorn Country. The public consultation period is now open until January 31. Read more about Show your support for Bighorn Country

Media Releases & Op-eds

AWA Welcomes Bighorn Country

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The Bighorn Trail in the Blackstone-Wapiabi. Photo © AWA Files
The Bighorn Trail in the Blackstone-Wapiabi. Photo © AWA Files

Today’s announcement proposing Bighorn Country offers a significant opportunity for careful, well reasoned management for this world class wilderness area. Read more about AWA Welcomes Bighorn Country

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