Alberta ENGO Directory

A list of non-profit environmental organizations

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Athabasca

Crooked Creek Conservancy Society of Athabasca (CCCSA) is dedicated to nature conservation, preservation, and restoration and, through its outreach and educational activities, nature literacy and appreciation. We are an ecological gift recipient...

Blairmore
Mission Statement: Valuing and connecting people and nature for a healthy future in the Crowsnest Pass and beyond.
Edmonton

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is the leader in wetland conservation. A registered charity, DUC partners with government, industry, non-profit organizations and landowners to conserve wetlands that are critical to waterfowl, wildlife and the environment...

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Calgary

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Ecojustice uses the law to protect and restore the environment in Canada.
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Ecojustice strives to be Canada's most respected, effective and courageous advocate on environmental legal issues...

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Edmonton

The Edmonton and Area Land Trust conserves local natural areas to benefit people, wildlife and the environment. All of our natural areas are open to the public to visit on foot, to connect with nature. We care for these areas, and spread awareness...

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Edmonton

We are a non-profit community group that is working to bring people together around the common thread of permaculture. We welcome anyone who is interested in permaculture and sustainable living.

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The Edmonton River Valley Conservation Coalition advocates for conservation and restoration of Edmonton's NSRV and ravine system, through a systems-level focus on biodiversity, ecological integrity of the corridor, and history. This philosophy reflects...

Calgary

We support and encourage all stakeholders in the Elbow River Watershed to protect and enhance water quality and quantity. 

Edmonton
TSAG is a not-for-profit organization mandated by Alberta Chiefs to provide technical services and training to Alberta First Nations in the areas of water and wastewater management, information technology, fire prevention, asset management and...

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