Nature is Home at Canadian Parks Conference 2017Posted on March 28, 2017
“Is there anyone among us who has the courage to stand and say, will tomorrow’s child know the wonders I see today?”
Wonders I’ve Seen by The Bills (2016)
This year the Canadian Parks Conference 2017 was held in Banff National Park at the Banff Centre, overlooking Banff town and the Bow Valley from March 8-11..
Hosted by the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association with its partners the Canadian Recreation and Parks Association, and the Canadian Parks Council, the conference, which included many invited speakers and three hundred attendees, was an inspired four days of discussion.
Return of the Buffalo for Canada’s 150 Celebrated at Canadian Parks ConferencePearlAnn Reichwein — March 26, 2017
Conserving Edmonton’s River Valley and Ravine SystemPosted on June 24, 2016
Sand Dunes? In Edmonton!Posted on June 20, 2016
The Edmonton Group has traditionally focused on parkland creation and conservation. These are usually multi-year projects; our favorite, going on fifteen, is the Sand Dunes Natural Area (our name - bureaucratically known as NW384) in the far southwest of Edmonton.
We identified the feature in 2001, characterized its pro-glacial origins, and with the support of the Curator of Geology from our Provincial Museum, induced the City to purchase the lands the following year. The dunes lie on the easternmost extent of the 200 sq km glacio-lacustrine Devon Dune Field to the west of Edmonton.
The Wisdom of Old Trees and Our EldersPearlAnn Reichwein — March 15, 2016
Edmonton is Now Moose-FriendlyPosted on November 23, 2015
Oil Sands Independent Toxins ReportPosted on September 2, 2010
On August 31st, 2010, a study which was led by University of Alberta researchers was published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which conclusively shows that numerous highly toxic pollutants are being released into the Athabasca River and its tributaries by the development of the oil sands.
The levels exceeded both federal and provincial government guidelines.
The report is available for download here.
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