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Camping in Castle Provincial Park

FROM: Alberta Environment and Parks If you’re looking for an amazing camping experience this summer, visit Alberta’s newest provincial park, Castle Provincial Park!   There are four excellent, but basic campgrounds are available at Beaver Mines Lake, Castle Bridge, Castle Falls and Lynx Creek. These have fire pits, vault toilets, garbage services and well gravelledContinue Reading

OWC and The Castle-Input Based on Consensus

FROM: Oldman Watershed Council There has been a lot of talk going around lately … talk about the Castle Parks. Some are thrilled about the Draft Castle Parks Management Plan others, not so much. So what about the Oldman Watershed Council? Where does the OWC “stand”? In an effort to be open and transparent, we have includedContinue Reading

Northern Leopard Frog Project

FROM: Waterton Biosphere Reserve The Waterton Biosphere Reserve (WBR) is excited to share with you a NEW PROJECT aimed at northern leopard frog conservation and awareness.   Beginning in April 2017 the WBR invites you to share your northern leopard frog stories and observations with us (both past and present) so we can help identifyContinue Reading

It’s Less Than Two Weeks Away… Sign-up or Renew Your Membership TODAY!

FROM: Oldman Watershed Council OWC membership is open to any interested individuals, organizations, municipalities, and irrigation districts that are located, works or plays within the Oldman Watershed Basin.  To learn more, click here.   http://oldmanwatershed.ca/membershipContinue Reading

What Is With The Development In The Castle Parks?

FROM: Oldman Watershed Council The province recently announced that it would be investing $20 million into the MD of Pincher Creek in order to extend a waterline from Cowley out to Beaver Mines and the Castle Ski Hill – and pave a stretch of Highway 774 out to the Castle Mountain Resort. To read more, clickContinue Reading

Weeds in Southwest Alberta: New Research Findings

Weeds in Southwest Alberta: New Research Findings FROM: Oldman Watershed Council In mid-2016 ranchers, private companies, government organisations and non-government organisations (NGOs) were interviewed as part of a social research project titled “Collective Weed Management in Canada”. The aim of the interviews was to learn about the working relationships that influence the management of weedsContinue Reading

Weeds, Weeds Everywhere Weeds

FROM: Oldman Watershed Council “Ignorance is bliss” is a statement that couldn’t be truer when you’re referring to weeds! Oh, how I envy the individuals who drive by fields of ox-eye daisy and exclaim, “How beautiful!”   I remember the summer that blissful ignorance was taken from me: it was my first year working inContinue Reading

Oldman Watershed Council Memberships

FROM: Oldman Watershed Council Renew your OWC membership!
It’s free! Renewals due April 30, 2017 Benefits of becoming a member: Ensure that your voice is heard in matters concerning your watershed. Receive regular newsletters and updates. Have the opportunity to attend meetings and workshops. Be eligible to vote and run for the Council’s Board of Directors. ParticipateContinue Reading

Linear Features Here, There, And Everywhere!

FROM: Oldman Watershed Council Linear Features are all the roads, seismic lines, power lines, pipelines, railroads, cut lines, and recreational trails we leave on the land: it’s about how we are fragmenting the landscape. How many linear features (measured in kilometers) exist in an area of land is known as “linear features density”. Linear featuresContinue Reading

MiMedia and NCC partner to create Alberta content for National Geographic

FROM: Nature Conservancy of Canada MiMedia and the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) have partnered to create an episode for National Geographic that highlights the importance and majesty of the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in southwestern Alberta. One of the episodes in the series focuses on the eastern slopes of the Rocky MountainsContinue Reading

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