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“We’ve heard a lot of talk about headwaters conservation” says Y2Y's Stephen Legault. “What we haven’t seen yet, with the exception of the Castle announcement … is anything in terms of new policy direction on headwaters conservation.”
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Y2Y's Stephen Legault sees the statement as another indication of the provincial government taking its responsibilities to protect these landscapes and watersheds.
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Further Action Needed to Protect Alberta's Headwaters
On March 11, Banff-Cochrane MLA Cam Westhead rose in the Legislature to deliver a Members Statement on the protection of Alberta’s Headwaters.
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“Climate and biodiversity have to go hand-in-hand,” said Stephen Legault, program director for Alberta and the Northwest Territory with the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative.
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Putting the Brakes on OHVs in Alberta
Y2Y and a diverse group of conservation organizations, scientists and concerned citizens urge the Alberta Government to protect sensitive ecosystems from excessive off-highway vehicle use.
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Conservation Community Calls for Swift Action to Protect Alberta’s Headwaters
Conservation groups call for strict limits on off-highway vehicles on public lands and a ban in protected areas across Alberta’s Eastern Slopes.
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Telephone Town Hall: Success in the Castle Watershed
Y2Y's Stephen Legault explores the 40-year campaign to protect Alberta's Castle Watershed, and describes what made it so successful.
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In this op-ed in the Calgary Herald, Y2Y's Wendy Francis and Stephen Legault, CPAWS' Katie Morrison, and former Banff National Park Superintendent Kevin Van Tighem make the case for restoring critical forest landscapes in Alberta’s headwaters.
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Success in Alberta’s Castle Watershed!
Thanks to your support in securing full protection for Alberta's Castle watershed, we just took one major step toward trans-border connectivity.
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Protecting Alberta's Castle Region Will Protect Water, Create Jobs
After more than 40 years of pressure from local business, advocates and community members, the Castle Special Place has been protected by the Alberta Government.
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