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Alberta conservationists applaud Bighorn Wildland Park designation
Y2Y and CPAWS Northern and Southern Alberta chapters along with Paddle Alberta celebrate the announcement that the Government of Alberta intends to create a new park system that includes a large wildland provincial park.
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Alberta’s Bighorn Wildland Park designation in the news
Various articles highlighting the Alberta government’s announced investment into Bighorn Country were published Nov. 23, 2018 and updated into Nov. 25, 2018.
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Albertans encouraged to love their headwaters, celebrate water sources
Along with CPAWS, Y2Y has launched a new website educating Albertans on why provincial headwaters need protection.
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Y2Y released a short video project Aug. 24 displaying landowners’ thoughts about having better public land restrictions for off-highway vehicles. | Prairie Post, Sept. 15, 2017
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Opposition to a plan to log a prominent part of Kananaskis Country is growing and a new poll shows the nearly 70 percent of respondents are against the idea. | CTV Calgary, July 25, 2017
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“Places like the Castle, the Oldman River headwaters, Kananaskis Country, the Ghost and the Bighorn are vital for the clean water we depend upon," says Y2Y's Stephen Legault.
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Bighorn Regional Advisory Committee advice out of step with most Albertans' priorities
Headwaters protection, recreational opportunities for all Albertans, and protecting wildlife should be clear priorities moving forward, says Y2Y's Stephen Legault
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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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Business owners ask for pause of clearcut logging plans in Alberta’s Highwood River Valley
A total of 49 businesses east of Kananaskis Country have now signed a letter asking for a pause in clearcut logging near Highwood Junction.
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Conservation groups issue call to action to protect Kananaskis watershed
Local conservation groups are raising the alarm ahead of Saturday’s planned start of clear-cutting in Kananaskis Country.
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