Crowsnest Conservation eNewsletter Archive Page
Crowsnest Conservation eNewsletter Archive Page
Below you will find an archive of Crowsnest Conservation Society monthly Newsletters. Browse through the issues below, or follow the link located at the bottom of this page to subscribe.


November 2014 eNewsletter (Nov 2014)
issue no. 81 crowsnest conservation societynovember 2014 eNewsletter In This Issue:: Crowsnest Conservation AGM Update:: Citizen Scientists Needed:: Eagle Migration 2014:: Road Watch Update--- and more! Upcoming EventsDecember 20 - Crowsnest Pass 2014 Christmas Bird CountEvent by: Crowsnest Conservation Birding CommitteeJoin us for the Crowsnest Pass Christmas Bird Count. Click here to learn more.  Support Crowsnest ConservationWhy is it important that we receive your continued support?:: w

October 2014 eNewsletter (Oct 2014)
View this email in your browser Crowsnest Conservation Society. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving email from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here october 2014 eNewsletterissue no. 80 Crowsnest Pass NewsYour Input Matters!FROM: Crowsnest ConservationThe Crowsnest Conservation Board is interested in your viewpoints and feedback on the two proposed coal mining operations in the Crowsnest Pass area. Riversdale Resources recently hosted an open house

September 2014 eNewsletter (Oct 2014)
View this email in your browser Crowsnest Conservation Society. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving email from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here september 2014 eNewsletterissue no. 79 Crowsnest Pass NewsRestoring Our Riparian Areas FROM: Crowsnest ConservationLast month, Crowsnest Conservation joined the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass and grade six students from Isabelle Sellon School in planting trees and shrubs along the riparian area in Rive

June-July 2014 eNewsletter (Jul 2014)
   june-july 2014 enewsletter      issue no 77 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSJuly 26 - Coleman Weed PullEvent by: Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, Nature Conservancy of Canada, and Crowsnest Conservation Help remove invasive weeds from the banks of Nez Perce Creek and Crowsnest River and from the Cervo property in Bellevue. Join us for all or part of the day. Lunch provided by the Municipality. Click here to learn more.July 31 - Augu

May 2014 eNewsletter (May 2014)
   may 2014 enewsletter      issue no 76 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSMay 29 – May Species Count: Early BirdEvent by: Crowsnest Conservation Birding Committee Visit a local birding hot spot. Event part of the May Species Count. Click here to learn more.May 29 – May Species Count: MorningEvent by: Crowsnest Conservation Birding CommitteeParticipants will divide into groups to cover the west end of Crowsnest Pass and area

Apr 2014 eNewsletter (Apr 2014)
   april 2014 enewsletter      issue no 75 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSEarth Day 2014 Earth Day has passed without Crowsnest Conservation organizing a community cleanup event. Our weather makes it difficult to plan such an activity in April. So often snow covers the litter we want to clean up. We hope to organize an event later in the year. Meanwhile, we encourage you to carry a bag on your walks throughout the community and pick up an

Mar 2014 eNewsletter (Mar 2014)
   march 2014 enewsletter      issue no 74 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSApril 25 - The WardensEvent by: Crowsnest ConservationThe Wardens, a group of singers renowned for their original songs and stories about the Canadian backcountry, will be the featured entertainment at an event to promote Crowsnest Conservation Society’s back-to-nature events. Click here to learn more.May 2-3 - Crowsnest Pass Lifestyle Show and Outdoor Adventu

Feb 2014 eNewsletter (Feb 2014)
   february 2014 enewsletter      issue no 73 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSApril 25 - The WardensEvent by: Crowsnest ConservationThe Wardens, a group of singers renowned for their original songs and stories about the Canadian backcountry, will be the featured entertainment at an event to promote Crowsnest Conservation Society’s back-to-nature events. Click here to learn more.May 2-3 - Crowsnest Pass Lifestyle Show and Outdoor Adventure

Jan 2014 eNewsletter (Jan 2014)
   january 2014 enewsletter      issue no 72 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSMay 2-3 - Crowsnest Pass Lifestyle Show and Outdoor AdventureEvent by: Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce Join Crowsnest Conservation at the upcoming Crowsnest Pass Lifestyle Show. Volunteers are invited to work the booth! Contact Jenice at for more information. Click here for more information.------------------------------EXCITING EVENTS BY OTHER ORGANIZATIO

Dec 2013 eNewsletter (Dec 2013)
   december 2013 enewsletter      issue no 71 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSDecember 27 - Crowsnest Pass 2013 Christmas Bird Count Event by: Crowsnest Conservation Birding CommitteeJoin us for the Crowsnest Pass Bird Count. To learn more, click here.------------------------------EXCITING EVENTS BY OTHER ORGANIZATIONS IN OUR REGIONOther Bird CountsBad weather forced the cancellation of the Waterton adn the Pincher Creek Christmas Bir

Nov 2013 eNewsletter (Nov 2013)
   november 2013 enewsletter      issue no 70 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSNovember 21 - Crowsnest Conservation AGMThe Board of Directors of Crowsnest Conservation Society invites you to attend the 2013 Annual General Meeting. Guest speaker: Kevin Van Tighem, naturalist, long-time Alberta conservationist and author of thirteen books, including Bears Without Fear. Refreshments will be served. Please come and bring a friend! To learn more

Sept & Oct 2013 eNewsletter (Oct 2013)
   september & october 2013 enewsletter      issue no 69 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSEagle Migration Crowsnest Conservation Society is not planning an eagle watching day, but members of the birding committee will be making trips to the Piitaistakis-South Livingstone site and other raptor-spotting locations during the month of October. If you are interested in joining us, email Merilyn here   or phone 403-563-7545. 2013 Annual Gene

August 2013 eNewsletter (Aug 2013)
   august 2013 enewsletter      issue no 68 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSSeptember 11-13 - 4th Annual Crown of the Continent RoundtableEvent by: Roundtable of the Crown of the Continent. Crowsnest Conservation is a co-sponsor.Conference Topic: Building Partnerships. Click here to learn more.September 20 - Native Tree and Shrub Planting EventEvent by: Crowsnest Conservation, Municipality of Crowsnest Pass. Sponsored by Alberta Conservati

July 2013 eNewsletter (Jul 2013)
   july 2013 enewsletter      issue no 67 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSAugust 2 - Naturalist Ben GaddEvent by: Crowsnest Conservation and Doors Open Heritage CommitteeNaturalist Ben Gadd is the featured speaker at this year’s launch event, hosted by Crowsnest Conservation Society. Prepare yourself for the most entertaining geography lesson you’ve ever had. Click here to learn more.August 3 - Take a Walk with Ben GaddEve

June 2013 eNewsletter (Jun 2013)
   june 2013 enewsletter      issue no 66 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSJune 27 - Riverside Park Weed PullEvent by: Crowsnest Conservation, Municipality of Crowsnest Pass. Supported by Alberta Conservation Association.Help the Municipality and Crowsnest Conservation remove weeds along Crowsnest River. Free lunch. Click here to learn more.July 3 - Volunteer Amphibian Survey - Orientation DayEvent by: Crowsnest Conservation and Alberta Con

May 2013 eNewsletter (May 2013)
   may 2013 enewsletter      issue no 65 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSMay 29 and 30 - Crowsnest Pass 2013 May Species CountEvent by: Crowsnest ConservationIf you are an avid birder or would just like to get out and experience the great outdoors, you are invited to participate in Crowsnest Conservation's May Species Count. Novice birders are welcome. Many field trip opportunities available! Click here to learn more.June 8 - Riverbank Cle

April 2013 eNewsletter (Apr 2013)
   april 2013 enewsletter      issue no 64 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTSMay 15 - Riparian Restoration: A Successful ExampleEvent by: Crowsnest ConservationJoin Crowsnest Conservation member, Jim Rennie, to learn about a successful riparian restoration project in which he participated. This presentation will be applicable to restoration opportunities in Crowsnest Pass. May 15, 7:00 p.m. Isabelle Sellon School. Click here to learn more.Ma

March 2013 eNewsletter (Mar 2013)
   march 2013 enewsletter      issue no 63 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTAugust 2 and 3 - Doors Open Heritage Weekend: Ben Gadd PresentationEvent by: Doors Open and Heritage Committee - Crowsnest Conservation SocietyDuring the Doors Open Heritage Weekend, Bed Gadd, author of "Handbook of the Canadian Rockies," will be leading a number of events showcasing the amazing Canadian Rockies. EXCITING EVENTS BY OTHER ORGANIZATIONS IN OUR REG

February 2013 eNewsletter (Feb 2013)
   february 2013 enewsletter      issue no 62 Upcoming EventsEXCITING EVENTS BY OTHER ORGANIZATIONS IN OUR REGION February 20 - Hummingbirds: Small Brains and Big Memories Event by: Pincher Creek & District Municipal Library and The Pincher Creek Community Adult Learning Council. Presented by Andy Hurly from the University of Alberta. Discover how natural selection has shaped the behaviour and cognitive abilities of animals to their ecological cir

January 2013 eNewsletter (Jan 2013)
   january 2013 enewsletter      issue no 61 Upcoming EventsEXCITING EVENTS BY OTHER ORGANIZATIONS IN OUR REGION January 29 - Bear and Wolf InformationEvent by: Waterton Biosphere Reserve Association. Learn about local wildlife, wildlife research, and see how landowners in Southern Alberta are reducing problems with large carnivores. Sessions at M.D. of Ranchlands and in Pincher Creek. Click here to learn more or call Jeff Bectell at (403) 653-2219. J

December 2012 eNewsletter (Dec 2012)
   december 2012 enewsletter      issue no 60 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTS  December 27 - Crowsnest Pass Christmas Bird Count  Event by: Crowsnest Conservation Birding Committee. Everyone is welcome to join this year's Christmas Bird Count. Cick here to learn more.-----------------------------OTHER EXCITING EVENTS BY OTHER ORGANIZATIONS January 23-March 13  Event by: Pincher Creek & District Munic

November 2012 eNewsletter (Nov 2012)
   november 2012 enewsletter      issue no 59 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTS  November 29 - Your Voice - Your Water  Event by: Oldman Watershed Council, Water Matters, Crowsnest Conservation. Be part of the new Headwaters Action Plan with the Oldman Watershed Council. Give your input to put stewardship actions to practice. Be part of the first session in Crowsnest Pass! Visit the Crowsnest Conservation website here an

October 2012 eNewsletter (Oct 2012)
   october 2012 enewsletter      issue no 58 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTS  November 22 - Crowsnest Conservation Annual General Meeting  Join us for our AGM. Guest speaker will be Lorne Fitch, Provincial Riparian Specialist for Cows and Fish. His topic: "Stumps, Sawdust and Sediment - A legacy of logging in the Oldman watershed?" Click here to learn more.December 27 - Crowsnest Pass Christmas Bird Count  Ev

September 2012 eNewsletter (Sep 2012)
   september 2012 enewsletter      issue no 57 Upcoming Events** Crowsnest Conservation Society needs volunteers for an October 27-28 casino. See details below.CROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTS  September 27 - 3rd Annual Conference - Roundtable on the Crown of the ContinentEvent by: Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent. Crowsnest Conservation is a conference sponsor.The purpose of the Roundtable is to connect people to sustain and enhance culture

August 2012 eNewsletter (Aug 2012)
   august 2012 enewsletter      issue no 56 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTS  Now until October 10 - Community Apple Network Do you need help picking your apples? Or - Do you want free apples this fall? Go BearSmart and join the Apple Network! Click here to learn more. Now until October 15 - Apple Tree SwapIf you have an apple tree that has been luring bears to your yard, be part of the Apple Tree Swap. Cick here t

July 2012 eNewsletter (Jul 2012)
   july 2012 enewsletter      issue no 55 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTS  August 4 - Doors Open Event: Birding WalkJoin Crowsnest Conservation for a guided birding walk to a Crowsnest Pass prime birding location.Click here to learn more. August 5 - Doors Open Event: Walk to LilleTread Softly's Dave and Eva Welsh will lead an outing to the site of the historic village of Lille. Enjoy the beauty and history of Crowsnest Pass. Cic

June 2012 eNewsletter (Jun 2012)
   june 2012 enewsletter      issue no 54 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTS  June 28 - Riverside Memorial Park Weed Pull Event  Help the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass and Crowsnest Conservation remove invasive weeds from our riverbanks. Lunch provided. Click here    to learn more.July 11 - Amphibian Workshop     Kris Kendell, senior biologist with Alberta Conservation Association, will conduct an Amp

May 2012 eNewsletter (May 2012)
   may 2012 enewsletter      issue no 53 Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTS  May 30 - Crowsnest River Watershed Group All are welcome to attend the upcoming Crowsnest River Watershed Group meeting. Click here to learn more.June 5 - Connecting with toads... citizen science and amphibian conservation in Crowsnest Pass region    Join Kris Kendell, senior biologist with Alberta Conservation Association, for a presentatio

April 2012 eNewsletter (Apr 2012)
   april 2012 enewsletter      issue no 52  Upcoming EventsCROWSNEST CONSERVATION SPONSORED EVENTS  April 25 - Pitch-in Week Event - Crownsest Pass Community Cleanup Event by: Municipality of Crowsnest Pass and Crowsnest Conservation.  Join your neighbors for The Crowsnest Pass Spring Cleanup! Help spruce up our river banks, parks and green spaces. Click here to learn more.   May 3 - A Presentation by Bev Garbutt   Event

March 2012 eNewsletter (Apr 2012)
   march 2012 enewsletter      issue no 51  Upcoming EventsLOCAL EVENTSApril 11 - TENTATIVE - All Candidates Forum Event by: Crowsnest Conservation in partnership with the Livingstone Landowners Group and the Alberta Wilderness Assocation. Event to be held in Cowley. Visit Crowsnest Conservation website to learn more details once the event has been confirmed.  April 13 and 14 - Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce Annual Trade Show and Exhibition E

January 2012 eNewsletter - Jan 20 (Jan 2012)
   January 2012 eNewsletter      Issue No 49  Upcoming EventsFebruary 7 - 6th Annual Holding the Reins Landowners Summit for the Oldman Watershed Highlights include: Oldman Watershed Group Updates, Mapping Invasive Species, Keynote Speaker: Leona Dargis "Agriculture Around the World". February 10 - Presentation: The Flathead National Park ExtensionThe Castle Crown Wilderness Coalition hosts Casey Brennan of Wildsight, presenting on the protection of t




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