Monthly Archives: May 2012

Bringing Beavers Back to the Cross Conservation Area

Thanks to recent grants from Alberta Ecotrust, the Alberta Conservation Association and the Land Stewardship Centre, the Miistakis Institute, in partnership with the Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area, the Calgary Science School and Cows and Fish are working on an innovative … Continue reading

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Miistakis participating in International Conference on Public Participation in Scientific Research

Miistakis will be participating in a two day workshop August 4 and 5 in Portland, Oregon. This landmark event will convene science researchers, project leaders, educators, technology specialists, evaluators, and others from across many disciplines (including astronomy, molecular biology, human … Continue reading

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A road rescue story

Rob Schaufele from Road Watch in the Pass assisting John Clarke/ Fish & Wildlife with a moose calf rescue on highway 22 this evening, as they were returning from the Alberta Provincial Bear Smart Meeting in Rocky Mountain House. The … Continue reading

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Highway 3 in the News

The Highway 3 report and Road Watch in the Pass are featured in the Pincher Creek Echo, see “Road Watch switches gears, looks to mobilize locals“.

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Miistakis Miinute – Spring 2012 edition

We are pleased to announce the release of our latest e-newsletter- the Miistakis Miinute spring 2012 edition.  This edition is packed full of project updates, and it features a project profile on rural residential mapping in southern Alberta.  The staff … Continue reading

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Adventures of Dr. Clevenger continue

The adventures of Dr. Clevenger continue!  If you are looking for a quick mental trip to the mountains, please read the latest Highway Wilding blog which details the last visit of the winter to one of our wolverine hair trap … Continue reading

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