A proposed wind turbine across from the Cochrane high school has some residents concerned.
The federal government announced recently that they won't help protect three species recommended by COSEWIC.
Report on annual population survey of mountain pine beetle in Alberta forests, numbers look better in 2012.
Article from Fast Forward Weekly (Calgary) about the demands on ALberta's rivers and how the province might manage them.
An opinion piece from the Calgary Herald about the increasing importance of a national water strategy to Canada's future prosperity.
Land near the Wagner Bog is under rezoning consideration by Parkland County.
Article from Edmonton Journal about the possible causes for blue-green algae blooms at Pigeon Lake and Ma-Me-O Beach.
Article about how revised regulations from Department of Fisheries will impact industry, causing more confusion.
Job posting for the program lead position with the new caribou program at fRI.
Article in Scientic American discussing how wildfires in Colorado this spring are devastating forests killed by mountain pine beetles, and how the infestations have changed fire patterns.
New study released in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment shows woodland caribou population higher than expected.
At the Foothills Research Institute's Caribou Workshop, Jan. 12-13, 2012, scientists were clear on what we know about woodland caribou and what needs to be done to enable caribou to survive (we need to address triage not recovery). Land managers were clear on their research needs (not more science but research on habitat recovery). Foothills Research Institute (FRI) will use the information and advice collected at the workshop to develop a Caribou program.