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Wild Lands Advocate -- February 2005

Alberta Wilderness Association
The February 2005 edition of Wild Lands Advocate is now available at www.albertawilderness.ca

Inside This Issue:

Out Front


  • Coal Bed Methane Comes to Rumsey: Balancing Act Needs a Bird's Eye View

  • Tragic Accident Claims Lives of Wildlife Disease Experts

Alberta Wilderness Watch


  • Is It Time To Write Off "Doomed" Caribou Herds?

  • Long-Term Vision Needed for Public Lands

  • The Little Bow Gets Bigger - Alberta's Newest River Dam

  • Reckoning Hidden Costs of River Diversions

  • Milk River Dam Report Locked In Cabinet

  • Government Revising Access Plan for Castle Wilderness

  • Cheviot Update: Ben Gadd Finally Gets His Day

  • Public, Scientists Ignored - Spring Hunt for Grizzly Bears On Again

  • Government Continues to Prop Up Non-Viable Game Farming Industry

Feature Artist


  • Colleen Campbell: Canmore Artist Uses Imagery to Help Us Reconnect

Reader's Corner


  • Alberta Politics Uncovered by Mark Lisac

Letters To The Editor


  • Beware Kananaskis North

  • Equestrian Use in the Bighorn

  • CAPP Ad Questioned

  • Lac La Biche "Forest Capital of Canada"?

  • Subversion of Democracy in Alberta

Association News


  • Soaring with the AWA

Events


  • Open House Talks

  • Mural Competition: Paint The Calgary Tower!

  • Climb for Wilderness

Posted February 18, 2005 by russ

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