Field Tour October 2017
On October 3rd and 4th 2017 Dr. Nick Hill, and Mike Parker and Andy Sharpe from East Cost Aquatics will be holding an information session and field tour of the Big Meadow Bog Restoration Project on Brier Island.
For those of you who have attended recent CLRA events, you may already know that Nick, Mike and Andy (along with many other contributors) have been researching and restoring this unique location on Brier Island over the last few years. In combination with Nick, Mike and Andy CLRA have organized a unique two-day field tour, information and social event on beautiful Brier Island so that folks can learn more about this interesting project.
42nd Annual CLRA National AGM, Conference & Fall Tours
Alberta is set to host the 42nd CLRA National Annual General Meeting, Conference & Fall Tours in Fort McMurray, Alberta from September 18th - 21st! The Franklin Hotel is recommended for those requiring accomodations. Please see below for registration and sponsorship information.
View Program (Program is updated regularly and may be subject to change)
Speakers & Sessions
2017 Fort McMurray Visitor's Guide
2016 AGM & Conference Minutes
Attendees will receive a copy of the FootPrints Book - The Evolution of Land Conversation and Reclamation in Alberta.
RFG 2018 Call for Abstracts
Resources for Future Generations 2018 (RFG2018) is a unique international conference dedicated to ensuring the availability of resources needed to sustain future generations.
Anchored in six themes — Energy, Minerals, Water, the Earth, Education & Knowledge, Communities & Resources — RFG2018 will showcase advances in earth sciences, education, and innovation that can change the course of history.
Present your work to an international cohort of scientists, policy-makers, innovators, educators, industry leaders, and visionaries who are committed to creating a sustainable future.
Farwell to Andy Etmanski
Being nominated to serve on a Board of Director’s for an organization is an honor. It is recognition that, although you may excel in your field, you exhibit other characteristics which are seen as beneficial to furthering the goals and agenda of the organization. For some, being on a board is a resume building activity; you expect to attend a few meetings a year and then vote of what information people give you. Read more...
CLRA is in the Market to Support a Good Cause
As a valued member of the CLRA-AB chapter your feedback is important to us. As you know from attending our events, the CLRA has been donating to Western Sky Land Trust over the past few years and is proud of what we have helped accomplish. We want to continually make sure that our board is representing our members to the best of our abilities, so we are sourcing your feedback on charity selection for 2018. If you have an idea for a charity that you think meets the criteria of the CLRA please let us know by responding to this survey. We look forward to hearing from you.
Guidelines for Charity Selection
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CLRA Publisher Notice of Transition
The CLRA would like to extend a warm welcome to DEL Communications Inc. as they resume their role as publisher of the Canadian Reclamation Magazine and CLRA Directory. DEL Communications Inc. produces free-standing and association-based trade publications for a variety of industries across North America. From oil and gas and mining to construction and piling to beauty and lifestyle, providing print and online media for a wide variety of different fields.
We would also like to wish Tracy Patterson and Aquila Publishing a fond farewell for the many years of great work with the CLRA.
Please contact Shayna Wiwierski at firstname.lastname@example.org for advertising opportunities and potential article submissions.
Foothills Restoration Forum (FRF) Northern Fescue Recover Strategies Announcement
“Recovery Strategies for Industrial Development in Native Prairie for the Northern Fescue Natural Subregion of Alberta” is now available on the Foothills Restoration Forum (FRF) website, where you can also order a hard copy.
Click here to view original announcement
Limited Edition Book - Footprints: The Evolution of Land Conservation and Reclamation in Alberta
The CLRA National and Alberta Chapter are proud supporters and provided funding for the LIMITED EDITION book Footprints: The Evolution of Land Conservation and Reclamation in Alberta, officially launched at the Alberta Chapter annual conference on February 24th.
There are a LIMITED number of copies still available. For each $21 donation you will receive a copy.
Copies can be obtained at the following locations:
CALGARY - WSP Office - 1212 - 58th Avenue SE
EDMONTON - ManageWise, Inc. - #202, 5405 99 St
Please bring $21 cash/ per book or a cheque made payable to: Canadian Land Reclamation Association Alberta Chapter
A high-resolution interactive PDF document is now available at the Alberta Centre for Reclamation and Restoration Ecology’s site: (direct download) or (view Abstract before deciding to download). Please note this is a 24Mb file so it may take some time to download.
2018 RFG: Resources for Future Generations (click to learn more)