Crowsnest Conservation Society

Crowsnest Conservation Society is a charitable organization based in Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, devoted to working together with community partners to ensure a healthy future for the natural environment and the people and wildlife that live in it.

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Crowsnest Conservation AGM

Crowsnest Conservation Society invites you to attend the Annual General Meeting and Social Evening Date:   Wednesday, November 30, 2016 Location:   Country Encounters  (7701 – 17 Avenue, Coleman) Time:   Light supper will be served at 6:00 PM with the meeting to follow at 7:00 PM Program:    “Challenges and Opportunities: Conservation Issues inContinue Reading

Don’t Let Deer Get You in a Rut

FROM: Crowsnest Conservation WildED   Rattlesnakes in Lethbridge. Long-toed salamanders in Waterton Lakes National Park. Deer, elk, bighorn sheep along Highway 3. These are all examples of southern Alberta wildlife species impacted when their travel and migration corridors are transected by our streets and highways. For many wildlife species, fatalities are the most observable impact.Continue Reading

Board members needed!!

FROM: Crowsnest Conservation Please consider joining the board this year as new members are required to fill vacant positions. Board meetings are held at the CCS office at 6:00 PM and are scheduled to accommodate members’ commitments with an expectation to attend 5 – 7 meetings per year. Please contact Judy Cooke at 403-564-4642 orContinue Reading

Crowsnest Pass attempting to limit number of wildlife conflicts

FROM: Lethbridge Herald Over the years, the Crowsnest Conservation Bear Smart Program has been focused solely on conflicts between bears and humans, but now the program is evolving. As the focus has been just on bears and humans, other wildlife conflicts have been put on the sidelines in communities. To read more, click here.  Continue Reading

Willow Stakes & Fence Posts: Backcountry Restoration Event 2016

FROM: Oldman Watershed Council On October 22, the OWC, together with Cows and Fish, returned to the Dutch Creek area for the second annual backcountry restoration event. This year’s event was even larger in scale than previous events, and resulted in the protection and restoration of 1900 square meters along Dutch Creek!   To readContinue Reading

Livingstone Landowners Guild Showcases Local Non-Profits

Livingstone Landowners Guild Showcases Local Non-Profits FROM: Oldman Watershed Council Recently, the Livingstone Landowners Guild hosted a “Who’s Who and What they Do” event to introduce local landowners to the many non-profit organizations operating in their area. It was my pleasure to speak about OWC along with other panel members from Western Ranchlands Corporation, WaldronContinue Reading

Let’s Talk Fish Habitat

Let’s Talk Fish Habitat FROM: Fisheries and Oceans Canada Thriving fish populations and healthy fish habitat are important to the well-being of Canadian society. Our fish need a healthy environment to live, feed and reproduce. They also need healthy waters to migrate between these places. The Fisheries Act gives the Government of Canada the authorityContinue Reading

Crowsnest Conservation AGM and Social Evening

Crowsnest Conservation Society invites you to attend the Annual General Meeting and Social Evening Date:   Wednesday, November 30, 2016 Location:   Country Encounters  (7701 – 17 Avenue, Coleman) Time:   Light supper will be served at 6:00 PM with the meeting to follow at 7:00 PM Program:    “Challenges and Opportunities: Conservation Issues inContinue Reading

Board members needed!!

FROM: Crowsnest Conservation Please consider joining the board this year as new members are required to fill vacant positions. Board meetings are held at the CCS office at 6:00 PM and are scheduled to accommodate members’ commitments with an expectation to attend 5 – 7 meetings per year. Please contact Judy Cooke at 403-564-4642 orContinue Reading

The Pungent Smell of Fall

FROM: Crowsnest Conservation WildED Fall has arrived and brings with it the pungent stink of skunks (and maybe this year’s US presidential election). And while the skunk’s potent defense mechanism is respected by those with previous experience (interestingly, Great Horned Owls are one of the few predators who seem relatively unaffected it), spraying is typicallyContinue Reading

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Mail:     P.O. Box 242, Crowsnest Pass, AB, T0K 0E0
Office:  12707-20 Avenue, Crowsnest Pass, AB
Phone: (403) 753-2040
Email:  office@crowsnestconservation.ca