Land Management & Stewardship

Manning, Mandel and Anielski to speak on Environmental Stewardship

Location:
Edmonton

Description:
The Alberta Environmental Stewardship Coalition (AESC), is having an event on Wednesday April the 25th that I would like to invite you to. The Alberta Environmental Stewardship Coalition has been working to build up a coalition of groups and individuals to build a stewardship agenda for the province of Alberta . It's been a great group to work with and we are having lots of success!! Check out our website at www.albertastewardship.ca.

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Responsible Land Use in the Edmonton Region: A Rally to Protect Alberta’s Environment and Sustain its Economy

Location:
Edmonton

Description:
When: April 12, 2007 Noon sharpWhere: Alberta Legislature stepsFeaturing:

  • David Swann, Shadow Minister for Environment
  • Concerned Citizens for Responsible Development
  • Concerned Citizens of Thorhild County
  • Concerned Citizens of Round Hill

Help us show the government that only responsible development can protect Alberta’s environment and economy!For more information, call (780) 644-7720 or email liberal.outreach [at] assembly [dot] ab [dot] ca

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Radiant City: A Film About Suburban Sprawl opens in Calgary

Location:
Calgary

Description:
RADIANT CITY: A Film About Suburban SprawlOpens in Calgary Theatres March 30

Sprawl is eating the planet. Across the continent the landscape is being levelled — blasted clean of distinctive features and overlaid with a zombie-like monoculture. Politicians call it growth. Developers call it business. The Moss family calls it home. Welcome to Radiant City.

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Call for Delegate - City of Edmonton Oil & Gas Policy Stakeholder Advisory Committee

Introduction

The AEN has received a request from the City of Edmonton to identify a delegate to serve on the Oil & Gas Policy Stakeholder Advisory Committee.

Land use conflict between oil and gas activity and urban development is increasing. The City of Edmonton is assembling a multi-stakeholder committee to provide advice on how the city should manage, communicate, and otherwise deal with oil and gas applications within Edmonon city limits. Read more about Call for Delegate - City of Edmonton Oil & Gas Policy Stakeholder Advisory Committee

Planning Sustainable Cities Lecture Series

Location:
Calgary

Description:
Feburary 13, 2007 from 6 - 8 pmThe Nickle Arts Museum,University of CalgaryGuests:Planning Sustainable CitiesDr Nola-Kate SeymoarCEO, Sustainable Cities Plus NetworkDr William ReesProfessor, University of British ColumbiaGreg YeomansSenior Planner, Greater Vancouver Regional DistrictRSVP: Amanda Adnum | adnum [at] ucalgary [dot] ca | 220-3095For more information Contact Dr. Sasha Tsenkova at 220-2155

Free Information Session: The Community Garden Network of Edmonton

Location:
Edmonton

Description:
Are you interested in starting up a community garden in your neighborhood? Community gardening is a great opportunity to grow your own food, for neighbours to meet, for children to learn where their food comes from, and to enjoy a healthy outdoor activity! Hear about the successes of community gardening in Edmonton, what to expect in starting one, and information about resources to help you.

Public Meeting: Southern Foothills Study, Chain Lakes

Location:
Chain Lakes

Description:
Southern Alberta Land Trust SocietyMain HallMD Ranchland BuildingChain Lakes Provincial Park A wise person once said “We back into the future with our eyes firmly fixed on the past.” Here is an opportunity for you to peer into the future of your watershed and the southwest Alberta foothills landscape. The Southern Foothills Study (SFS) was initiated by local people. It will help you understand how our southern Alberta landscape is evolving and, with this information, allow us all to better influence future directions. With the pace of development there is no better time than now to speak out.

Public Meeting: Southern Foothills Study

Location:
Nanton

Description:
Southern Alberta Land Trust SocietyNanton Community Memorial Centre2204 – 18th Street, Nanton A wise person once said “We back into the future with our eyes firmly fixed on the past.” Here is an opportunity for you to peer into the future of your watershed and the southwest Alberta foothills landscape. The Southern Foothills Study (SFS) was initiated by local people. It will help you understand how our southern Alberta landscape is evolving and, with this information, allow us all to better influence future directions. With the pace of development there is no better time than now to speak out.

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