Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Waterton Biosphere Reserve Association has a new website

Waterton Biosphere Reserve Association is excited to invite you to visit our new website (http://www.watertonbiosphere.com). Find out more about the Waterton Biosphere Reserve and how you can get involved in the future of this special place. During the next year, … Continue reading

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A number of Miistakis projects are featured in the latest Crown of the Continent eMagazine.

You might like the latest issue of the Crown of the Continent eMagazine with articles about the region surroundingĀ  Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.

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Where is the avoidance in the implementation of wetland law and policy?

A recently published article on the lack of avoidance in the implemention of wetland law and policy offers up some interesting points for discussion. To read it click here

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Predators avoid human activity on hiking trails: study

University of Calgary PH.D graduate Tyler Muhly’s research was recently profiled in the Calgary Herald. Tyler has worked with Miistakis in the past on other remote camera projects. Here is the article.

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Miistakis partner featured in the latest Alberta Views

Miistakis is working with Tony and the Drywood Yarrow Conservation Partnership on a landowner carnivore monitoring program. Tony is involved in many local issues to improve and maintain healthy working landscapes, click below to read a summary of the article … Continue reading

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The Government of Alberta adds a new section to its website about land-use

It answers a lot of common questions and includes details about proposed changes to some legislation re: land-use planning. Find it here.

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