Alberta ENGO Directory

A list of non-profit environmental organizations

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Calgary

We offer training, expertise and networking to professionals seeking to implement green infrastructure in land development.

We partner with communities, academics and stewardship groups to help them increase awareness, understanding, acceptance...

Edmonton

The Alberta Native Plant Council strives to: Promote knowledge of Alberta's native plants. Conserve Alberta's native plant species and their habitats. Preserve plant species and habitat for the enjoyment of present and future generations.

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Edmonton

Alberta Recreation and Parks Association (ARPA) is a provincial charitable not-for-profit organization with a voluntary board of directors dedicated to the promotion of recreation and parks and their benefits to the quality of life of all Albertans....

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Edmonton

At the Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation, we believe that protecting and preserving Alberta's natural heritage enhances our quality of life. That's why one of our key objectives is to ensure Albertans may continue to...

Edmonton

The Alberta Stewardship Network (ASN) was created and exists to serve the needs of these grassroots stewardship groups by identifying funding opportunities, supporting the development of volunteer recruitment and training opportunities, and providing...

Calgary

Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) is the oldest wilderness conservation group in Alberta dedicated to the completion of a protected areas network and the conservation of wilderness throughout the province. Founded in 1965 in rural southwest Alberta...

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Edmonton

Alberta's Living Laboratory Project is an interdisciplinary research program that is examining the best ways to restore wetlands in rural landscapes in Alberta. Our team includes biologists, hydrologists, economists and policy experts. We’re...

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Antler Lake

The AntlerLakeSC is comprised of residents living on or near Antler Lake, Alberta. Its membership is volunteer-only and the members are committed to maintaining the health and sustainability of Antler Lake and its surrounding watershed.

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Camrose

The Battle River Watershed Alliance (BRWA) is an inclusive, collaborative and consensus-based community partnership that is working to guide, support and deliver actions to sustain or improve the health of the Battle River watershed. We will seek to...

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