Education and Outreach
We work to educate the public on the importance of nature and how it should be stewarded. We produce a variety of materials on wildlife, nature, and land stewardship, and give presentations to many audiences.
Keep reading to find more of what we're up to, and let us know if you'd like to collaborate.
We maintain and take care of our conservation lands to ensure they are important places for wildlife and for people. Some of our projects include Protecting Pollinators, removing Hazardous Habitats, controlling Invasive Plants, and installing Nest Boxes.
Find out more about the species that use our conservation lands and benefit from our stewardship projects in our Species Spotlight.
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Florence Hallock students spent a day mapping and removing tansy.
Scouts Inspired by EALT Project for Good Turn Week
Get the latest scoop on EALT's accomplishments!
Bunchberry Meadows Launch Celebrates a Section Conserved Near Edmonton.
Many gathered together to celebrate the permanent protection of Larch Sanctuary.
Congratulations to Wild Birds Unlimited for winning EALT's Earth Ambassador Award!