How do habitat and wildlife affect me? The loss of or change in species and habitat can threaten ecosystem health and biodiversity, which affect our economic and socio-cultural sustainability. Biodiversity is crucial because ecosystems perform functions that are essential to human existence, such as oxygen and soil production and water purification. Biodiversity also provides us with food, clothing and medicine.

How do habitat and wildlife affect the environment? When habitat and species are lost, biodiversity decreases, resulting in ecosystems that are less stable, are more vulnerable to extreme events and have weakened natural cycles. The naturally occurring results of a healthy ecosystem– such as clean water and air, maintenance of critical nutrient cycles, flood control, pest control and pollination of crops– could be jeopardized as a result of a decrease in biodiversity.

Pf Policy Priority – Public Land Protection!

Pheasants Forever Canada (PFC) has been active in advancing the conservation of ditches and right of ways with the Government of Alberta (GOA).
October 12, 2020/by Website Management
Mike Uchikura of ACA working the dirt at Rattlesnake

Habitat Update

Habitat Update Four Point Policy Focus
July 6, 2020/by Website Management

Habitat Update

The “Connectivity Project”
St. Mary River Irrigation District (SMRID) is embarking on an extensive project to improve water quality by enhancing the vegetative buffers surrounding their reservoirs and waterways in southern Alberta. Partnering with many conservation minded stakeholder groups;
March 24, 2020/by Website Management

Operations And Maintenance

September 30, 2019/by Website Management

2019 Conservation Achievements

Calgary Pheasants Forever paid its last installment of $50,000 for the purchase of the Chinook Property south of Irvine on Ross Creek.
September 30, 2019/by Website Management

Chinook Conservation Site Purchase

Two Alberta Chapters of Pheasants Forever have pooled the money needed to help Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) secure 3 quarter sections of land in southeast Alberta.  The Chinook Conservation Site is located southeast of Medicine Hat, Alberta along Ross Creek.
October 2, 2018/by Website Management

Celebrating 25 Years of Optimizing Conservation Partnerships

The power of partnerships may be an overused phrase these days, however, there may be no better example of what that power can result in than the recent purchase of the Chinook Conservation Site by Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) with its partners. 
October 2, 2018/by Website Management

Unintended Consequences of “Green” Infrastructure??

Many folks look at a field of wind turbines and see beauty, same for solar panels. They see green. I on the other hand see the potential for a limiting factor for prairie wildlife populations, particularly birds and the habitat they depend upon.
June 19, 2018/by Website Management

Milk River Ridge Reservoir Water Quality Stewardship Initiative

Milk River Ridge Reservoir Water Quality Stewardship…
January 22, 2015/by Website Management

Wetlands benefit far more than ducks

Wetlands benefit far more than ducks
Ducks aren’t…
January 21, 2015/by Bob Haysom

Branching Out Campaign


Companies that participate in this program…
January 8, 2015/by Website Management

Habitat Legacy Partnership (HLP)

The Habitat Legacy Partnership was born five years ago…
January 8, 2015/by Website Management