Crowsnest Conservation Society

Resources

Crowsnest Conservation supports and provides a number of helpful, educational resources to assist you in learning about and protecting our environment.

Resources are organized by topic below:

BearSmart

  • Being BearSmart in Crowsnest Pass
    Learn about common wildlife attractants and how Crowsnest Conservation helps you to be BearSmart.
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation
    With support received from: Alberta Ecotrust, Municipality of Crowsnest Pass
  • Crowsnest Pass Apple Cookbook
    Be inspired to use your fruit. This cookbook is full of creative recipes and tips to be BearSmart.
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation
    With support received from: Alberta Ecotrust
  • Overview of Crowsnest Conservation Society’s Bear-Resistant Garbage Bin Program – CCS Bear Bin Program Summary-Feb2015
    Hear about our experiences operating the community’s garbage bin program that has been in operation since 2006.
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation

 

Community Sustainability

  • Crowsnest Pass: Stewardship for Sustainability
    Showcasing community values that promote community and environmental sustainability.
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation
    With support received from: Alberta Real Estate Foundation, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

 eNewsletters

 Invasive Plants

  • Be on the Lookout for These Invasive Plants!
    Help protect the Crowsnest Pass from invading plant species.
    Produced by: Municipality of Crowsnest Pass
    With support received from: Crowsnest Conservation, Alberta Conservation Association, Land Stewardship Centre
  • Crowsnest Pass “Most Wanted” Weeds
    What are invasive plants? How do I identify them? Helpful resources.
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation
    With support received from: Nature Conservancy of Canada, Shell Waterton

Recycling

  • What goes where?
    Your guide to recycling in Crowsnest Pass
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation
    Support received from: Shell Environmental Fund, Man-West Environmental, Anatum Ecological Consulting, Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, Katimavik, and Pass Beverages

Please note some of the categories have changed since publication. Consult with business or organization before recycling.

 Riparian Health

  • Crowsnest River Riparian Report 2013

    A summary of the 2013 Maintaining and Restoring Crowsnest River Riparian Areas Program. 
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation Society
    Support received from: Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, Alberta Conservation Association

  • Drum Creek Riparian Assessment

    A report of the current riparian health of Drum Creek.
    Produced by: Cows and Fish – Alberta Riparian Habitat Management Society
    Support received from: Alberta Conservation Association, Crowsnest Conservation Society and Municipality of Crowsnest Pass

  • Crowsnest River Riparian Report 2012

    A summary of the 2012 Maintaining and Restoring Crowsnest River Riparian Areas Program.
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation Society
    Support received from: Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, Alberta Conservation Association, Land Stewardship Centre

  • Crowsnest River Riparian Report 2011
    A summary of the 2011 Maintaining and Restoring Crowsnest River Riparian Areas Program.
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation Society
    Support received from: Alberta Conservation Association, Municipality of Crowsnest Pass
  • Protect the Crow – Conserve the Flow
    Learn about the incredible Crowsnest River and why we need to protect it.
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation Society
    Support received from: Land Stewardship Centre, Alberta Conservation Association, Alberta Ecotrust, Municipality of Crowsnest Pass
  • Riparian Area Health
    What are weeds? What can I do to help? Why do riparian areas matter?
    Produced by: Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, Crowsnest Conservation
    Support received from: Alberta Conservation Association, Land Stewardship Centre
  • 2012 Amphibian Survey in the Crowsnest Pass Area
    Read about the citizen science led Amphibian Survey in the Crowsnest/Castle drainages.
    Produced by: Crowsnest Conservation Society, Alberta Conservation Association
    Support received from: Alberta Conservation Association

 Wildlife Watching

  • Ravens Over Crowsnest
    Crowsnest Pass, Alberta. Your pocket guide to view the province’s most prolific region… for bird species diversity. It’s yours to explore!
    Produced by: Crowsnest Birding Project coordinated by David McIntyre, Crowsnest Conservation
    Support received from: Alberta Ecotrust, Canadian Hydro Developers

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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