We couldn’t do it without you! Each year, many individuals, foundations, conservation organizations, governments and corporations support the work of Nature Alberta. Without this generosity, we would cease to exist. So thank you! Because of your support, we will continue to “be a strong voice for the greater appreciation and conservation of Alberta’s natural environment.”
Nature Alberta gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors for their financial and in-kind support:
A. Lawrence Berry Family Environment Fund
Alberta Conservation Association
Alberta Emerald Foundation
Alberta Lottery Fund (Community Initiatives Program, Community Spirit Program)
Alberta Pacific Forest Industries Inc
Alberta Real Estate Foundation
Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Association of Summer Villages of Alberta
Bird Studies Canada
Canada Student Jobs (Government of Canada)
Canadian Wildlife Federation
Community Animation Program Environment Canada
EcoAction (Environment Canada)
Edmonton Community Foundation
Edmonton Science Outreach Network (eson)
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Government of Alberta
Nature Canada (Canadian Nature Federation)
North America Waterfowl Management Plan
Pigeon Lake Watershed Association
Red Deer River Naturalists
Shell Environmental Fund
Student Temporary Employment Program (Government of Alberta)
Suncor Energy Foundation
Sundance Forest Industries
TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
The Calgary Foundation
The City of Edmonton
The J.W. McConnell Foundation
The Muttart Foundation
The Richard Ivey Foundation
The Running Room
United Way – Alberta Capital Region
Weyerhaeuser Company Limited
In 1970, six natural history clubs joined together to form the Federation of Alberta Naturalists. Today, this same organization, now known as Nature Alberta serves a membership of over 40 clubs and represents thousands of individuals across the province. These individuals share a passion for natural history.
Natural history is the study of plants or animals, using observational rather than experimental methods.
Alberta is fortunate to have a wide diversity of wildlife and wild spaces. All native plants and animals have a right to co-exist with Albertans, who in turn benefit by having access to a healthy, natural environment. Increasing our understanding of nature will lead to increased enjoyment of it.
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