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Protecting Alberta’s Headwaters
As the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan enters the home stretch, here's what you can still do to influence a plan that works.
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Castle consultation points direction forward to protect water and wildlife
Staff at Y2Y say that after more than three months of public consultation, they anticipate the province will move forward with a balanced approach to managing Alberta’s new Castle Wildland and Provincial Parks.
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Alberta's New Government Urged to Address SSRP Shortcomings
Banff's Crag and Canyon urges more protection for the Castle Wilderness Area in the Alberta Headwaters, with mentions of Y2Y, as well as partners CPAWS and the Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition.
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Conservation groups in the province are welcoming the Alberta government’s draft Livingstone-Porcupine Hills Land Footprint and Recreation Management plans. | Lethbridge Herald, Mar. 31, 2018
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The picturesque landscape near the Highwood Junction, west of the town of Longview, has been altered as logging takes place there. | CTV News Calgary, Apr. 17, 2018
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Bent Stick Brewing Company is using their beer to encourage Edmontonians to protect the headwaters of the North Saskatchewan. | CBC Edmonton AM, July 18, 2017
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Y2Y's Stephen Legault makes the argument for Alberta's water security in this op-ed published in the Calgary Herald on Jan. 7. 2017.
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Castle Management Plan reflects decades of collaboration on iconic Alberta landscape
Y2Y and Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society Southern Alberta are among those who celebrate the foresight and commitment of the government of Alberta to create the Castle Provincial Park and the Castle Provincial Wildland Park.
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Edmonton Urged to Love and Protect its Headwaters
CPAWS Northern Alberta Chapter and the Y2Y are encouraging Edmontonians today to learn more about the region where their water comes from.
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Alberta, Do You Love Your Headwaters?
Alberta’s Bighorn Wildland filters clean, fresh drinking water for more than a million people downstream. It’s time to protect this vital headwater region.
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