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Many of Alberta’s landscapes have been progressively transformed by agriculture, industrial development, settlements, and other human activities. As a result, many native species, particularly those sensitive to human disturbance, have experienced significant contractions in range and declines in abundance. We can help reverse these trends by learning about specific conservation issues, speaking up to defend nature, and ensuring that our own activities are as environmentally friendly as possible.

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Conservation Blog

Timely information and analysis about topics related to conservation in our province.

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Habitat Stewardship

Alberta's wild spaces are one of our most precious resources and deserve protection.

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In addition to Nature Alberta and our affiliate clubs, a number of other organizations actively promote conservation in Alberta.

Nature Alberta's 50th Anniversary

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In celebration of Nature Alberta’s 50th Anniversary year, through April 2021, Individual Nature Alberta Lifetime Memberships are only $10! Nature needs our help now more than ever — and there’s never been a better time to show your support!

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