Southern Foothills Community Land Stewardship Initiative
By: Chinook Institute
Grant Number: 2010-12

The Southern Foothills Community Land Stewardship Initiative is a citizen-based process to develop recommendations that will provide direction to provincial, municipal and non-profit land use planning and stewardship efforts, in order to protect and enhance the integrity of the Southern Foothills landscape of SW Alberta.

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Tunnel Mountain Bench Signage
By: Bow Valley Mountain Bike Alliance
Grant Number: 2010-13


Report on the completion of bike trail signage and mapping within the Tunnel Mountain Bench lands, which are adjacent to Banff National Park. BVMB is a volunteer group that has taken over management of the trail in close cooperation with Parks Canada.

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Alberta Tomorrow – Educating Alberta Students on Alberta’s Land Use Issues
By: Nature Alberta
Grant Number: 2010-07

The project incorporated the Settlement Growth Simulator into Alberta Tomorrow, enabling students in the Alberta Education System understand the effects of land use. Online delivery to the classroom enabled students to explore alternative land-use scenarios and human settlement growth strategies. The system is publicly available and free of charge.

 

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Private Land Conservation Opportunities in Alberta’s Bow Valley
By: Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Grant Number: 2009-32

This report sets forth the plan, promotion, and implementation of a private land conservation agenda for the Bow Valley that will contribute to continentally significant outcomes for biodiversity protection, consequently sustaining the real estate property market over time.

Grant #: 2009-32
Author: Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Year: 2010
Format: hard copy, pdf

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Communicating Ecological Worth
By: Cows and Fish
Grant Number: 2009-29

Educational and outreach presentation materials developed by Cows and Fish to reach a diverse audience of Albertans, including realtors.

Grant #: 2009-29
Author: Cows and Fish
Year: 2010
Format: pdf, podcast link

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Creating Intelligent Livable Cities, Presentation by Marilyn Hamilton.
By: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Grant Number: 2009-20
An educational program offering presentations geared to teaching Alberta communities about how to manage growth in a way that promotes sustainability, supports a robust economy, encourages collaboration, and improves the quality of life of its citizens.Grant #: 2009-20
Author: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Year: 2010
Format: pdf

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Ecologically Sustainable Industrial Parks: An Oxymoron? Presentation by Ramond Cote
By: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Grant Number: 2009-20
An educational program offering presentations geared to teaching Alberta communities about how to manage growth in a way that promotes sustainability, supports a robust economy, encourages collaboration, and improves the quality of life of its citizens.Grant #: 2009-20
Author: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Year: 2010
Format: Link to presentations
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