Agriculture

AWA Tuesday Talk: Get the Buzz

Nov 6 2013 - 2:00am

What’s happening with Alberta's bees and how is grazing influencing our native pollinators?

with Megan Evans

Learn about basic bee ecology and the results of a Master's project studying the effects of grazing on floral resources and bees in southwestern Alberta.

$5 Adults, $1 Children Read more about AWA Tuesday Talk: Get the Buzz

Location

Hillhurst Room
455 12 Street NW
Calgary , AB

Prairie Conservation and Endangered Species Conference

Feb 19 2013 - 7:00am to Feb 22 2013 - 7:00am

Purpose

The 10th Prairie Conservation and Endangered Species Conference is a forum to discuss the latest issues, information, research and trends in prairie landscape and species conservation. The conference is held every three years in a Canadian Prairie Province.

Who Should Attend

The conference will be promoted widely among the conservation community in western Canada, in Ottawa and in the northern Great Plains region of the U.S., and will recieve local, regional, national and international exposure. Read more about Prairie Conservation and Endangered Species Conference

Location

Sheraton Red Deer Hotel
3310 50 Avenue
Red Deer , AB

ANPC 2012 Workshop: The Value of Native Plants in Urban Landscapes

Apr 21 2012 - 2:30pm

The ANPC is having its annual workshop on April 21 in St. Albert.  The theme is the "Value of Native Plants in Urban Landscapes".  Talks include wetland valuation, native plants and green roof construction, parks management, low impact development, conservation planning, and xeriscaping.  We have a great program and more information can be found at www.anpc.ab.ca. Read more about ANPC 2012 Workshop: The Value of Native Plants in Urban Landscapes

Location

The Enjoy Centre (101 Riel Drive)
St. Albert , AB

Premier Redford Sticks to Her Campaign Promise, and Cancels Notorious “Potatogate” Land Sale

Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) is delighted to congratulate Premier Alison Redford on honouring her campaign commitment to scrap the notorious “Potatogate” public land sale.

A short Government of Alberta news release, October 19, 2011, announced: “Government cancelled the RFP after people expressed concerns that there was no public input into using a Request for Proposals and that there might be an impact on water and on the ranching community.” Read more about Premier Redford Sticks to Her Campaign Promise, and Cancels Notorious “Potatogate” Land Sale

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