The complexity of conservation research and issues in Alberta require creativity and innovative problem solving; the more people from diverse backgrounds we have working on these issues, the more likely we are to define new and effective solutions. In this new web series, the ACTWS is celebrating the diversity of
Get in on the fun and show us your Wild LOVE! Help us meet our fundraising goal of $10,000! Each winter, the ACTWS launches an online fundraiser to help us plan the year ahead. Funds raised go towards our diverse programs from webinars and workshops to student awards and more.
We’re recruiting new board members. Working closely with our Executive Director, you can form part of the team that advances our Strategic Plan throughout the year. The volunteers who make up our board represent a diversity of skills, perspectives, and expertise in the wildlife field. We value a board that
Winter is a wonderous time, as anyone with kids, puppies, or skis can attest! Let the wonder of winter inspire and engage you as you explore the Beaver Hills Biosphere, extending from Elk Island National Park to Miquelon Lake Provincial Park. Bring your skis, your sense of adventure, and a
Alberta Chapter of The Wildlife Society Launches BIPOC Student Awards to Encourage Diversity in Wildlife Profession The Alberta Chapter of The Wildlife Society (ACTWS) is pleased to announce two new student awards for Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) students. The EDI Post-Secondary Student Award is designed to help
I was recently told that I am a unicorn. It is an amusing thought but, as an Indigenous biologist, I think that being compared to a mythical creature speaks volumes about my own story and of our current times. Most people are actually surprised when they find out that I