Crowsnest Conservation Society

Crowsnest Conservation BearSmart Program

Learn how to be BearSmart in Crowsnest Pass. The Crowsnest Conservation BearSmart Program provides a number of solutions to go BearSmart at home, while recreating, and at work. Read more here.


Connecting to Nature Events

Go outside and enjoy the beautiful Crowsnest Pass. Throughout the year, Crowsnest Conservation organizes nature hikes, weed pulls, birding walks, educational events and interesting speakers. Read more here.


Classroom with Outdoors

Crowsnest Conservation partners with Wildsight to bring their curriculum-based nature programs to students at Isabelle Sellon School each year. Read more here.


Protect the Crow – Conserve the Flow

The Crowsnest River and its tributaries are an integral part of the headwaters of the Oldman Watershed Basin. Crowsnest Conservation recognizes that it is important to protect the health of this valuable resource. We have developed collaborative partnerships with a wide variety of groups and stakeholders with whom we meet to share concerns and plan next steps. Read more here.


Stewardship for Sustainability

After a number of community-led conversation sessions hosted by Crowsnest Conservation discussing community and environmental sustainability, Crowsnest Conservation produced the Crowsnest Pass: Stewardship for Sustainability guide. This resource is a captivating presentation of relevant community thoughts and values that promotes sustainable living in our unique region. Read more here.


Highway 3 and Wildlife Connectivity

Highway 3 is a major wildlife barrier in Crowsnest Pass. Crowsnest Conservation supports work towards creating safe wildlife crossings to protect wildlife and humans. Read more here.


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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