A Community Connected by a Love of Nature
Alberta is home to incredible natural spaces comprised of beautiful and varied landscapes, and rich biodiversity reflected in our abundant and diverse flora and fauna. Across the province, natural history clubs and their members are engaging Albertans in the conservation and appreciation of this natural heritage. Nature Alberta represents a network of these natural history organizations in Alberta.
BY RICHARD R. SCHNEIDER
Twelve years ago, Alberta had an epiphany. We came to understand that the future we were constructing was not the future we wanted to live in. This idea was crystallized in a groundbreaking document called the Alberta Land-Use Framework.Read More
BY LINDA KERSHAW
Most Canadians aren’t aware of the national network of Conservation Data Centres (CDCs) that operate across the country under the umbrella of NatureServe Canada. Each province or territory has its own CDC, with the exception of Atlantic Canada which has a regional system. Alberta’s CDC is referred to as the Alberta Conservation Information Management Centre (ACIMS).Read More
The Society of the Grasslands Naturalists Field Trip Wednesday November 11th, 2020!Read More
The Friends of the Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society offer snake safety presentations!Read More
Join the Weaselhead/Glenmore Park Preservation Society for a Halloween Hike Saturday, October 31st, 2020!Read More
BY RICHARD SCHNEIDER
The Alberta government has announced its intention to remove 164 of 473 sites from the Alberta parks system. This move is part of a broader initiative to reduce government spending.
Nature Alberta is opposed to this proposal for several reasons.Read More
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Nature Alberta is incorporated as the Federation of Alberta Naturalists under the Alberta Societies Act and is a registered charitable organization.