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Alberta Native Plant Council Annual Workshop & AGM

Apr 30 2011 (All day)

Fragments of the Rocky Mountains

What’s the current state of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains?

Please join us in Canmore to explore this amazing and botanically diverse portion of the Alberta landscape. Potential topics include:

  • Rocky Mountain ecology
  • Rocky Mountain geomorphology
  • Land uses, such as
    • Off-road vehicles
    • Pipelines
    • Rural development
  • Weed issues/programs in the Rocky Mountains
  • Fire Smart Program
  • Rare plants and rare ecological communities in the Rocky Mountain Natural Region, including:
    • Overview of potential rare plants and communities
    • Whitebark pine habitat
    • Rare plant conservation

The workshop program is currently being developed. Please visit www.anpc.ab.ca for regular updates.

Workshop registration includes the one-day workshop, program handout, buffet lunch and coffee breaks. A dinner banquet and speaker is also planned after the AGM. Please indicate on the registration form if you will be attending the dinner banquet.

 

After the workshop, the ANPC will hold its Annual General Meeting. Everyone is invited to attend. Learn about ANPC activities, consider a position on the Executive and/or volunteer for committee work.

For information on the workshop and registration please contact:

Laurie Hamilton
Phone: (403) 483-2476
E-mail: laurie [at] zanshinenvironmental [dot] com

Location

Lady Macdonald Community Hall
Canmore Recreation Centre
Canmore, AB

Posted April 25, 2011 by AEN

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