Alberta ENGO Directory

A list of non-profit environmental organizations

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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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Edmonton

Founded in 1985, the Council of Canadians is a social action organization that advocates for clean water, fair trade, green energy, public health care, and a vibrant democracy. We educate and empower people to hold our governments and corporations...

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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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...

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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...

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Edmonton

Vision: An Alberta where the environment is a priority, guiding society's choices.

Mission: To educate and champion for strong environmental laws and environmental rights so that all Albertans can enjoy clean...

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The North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper (NSRK) Program is a local waterbodypreservation group based in Edmonton.  We are dedicated to being a united voice of the North Saskatchewan River watershed and community from the Rocky...

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Drayton Valley

Provide information to the public and solicit public participation.Assist in the development of enforceable regulations to properly manage recreation on these public lands.To monitor activities in the River Valley.

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