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Wetlands Alberta

Engaging Albertans to conserve and protect wetlands


Alberta’s was one of the first governments to formally identify wetlands as an important part of the larger environment.

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September 8, 2008

New wetland policy in the works for Albertans

Mandated to provide water policy advice to the Government of Alberta, the Alberta Water Council has recently taken on the task of developing a new Wetland Policy and Implementation Plan for Alberta. Once complete, the Council will forward this draft policy Government of Alberta for their review and approval.

The Alberta Water Council is comprised of 25 members representing all levels of government, industry and environmental non-government organizations. The Council operates on a consensus-basis in order to provide the best advice possible on water management in Alberta. In addition to bringing different perspectives to the table through its multi-stakeholder membership, the Council also carries out stakeholder and public consultations to ensure Albertans voices are heard in issues related to the province’s water resources.

Follow the links to learn more about the Alberta Water Council and their role in monitoring and stewarding the implementation of Alberta’s Water for Life strategy.

May 8, 2008

Drained Wetlands Having Dramatic Effects on wildlife.

Every day, the Archbold Biological Station’s weather station is providing data to help the federal National Climatic Data Center determine if, spacial climate is a legitimate claim for birds everywhere. Help us, help you, help them decide what course of action to implement.

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