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Conservation - Formation


Les activités sont affichées dans la langue dans laquelle est sont offertes

Les suggestions pour des opportunités de formations canadiennes additionnelles reliées à la conservation, la biodiversité et l'éducation environnementale par des employés ou des membres de jardins botaniques canadiens, d'arboreta, de musées et autres institutions connexes ou par des éducateurs canadiens sont les bienvenues. SVP contactez-nous. (yannvergriete@fastmail.fm).


  1. Prairie and Northern Plant Diversity Centre

    Program summary/ Résumé du programme: Prairie and Northern Plant Diversity Centre, in collaboration with the Alberta Natural Heritage Information Centre (ANHIC) of Alberta Environment, offers a series of courses on plant rarity. These courses are appropriate for land managers, consultants, and researchers/graduate students interested in professional development. Courses include plant identification, rare plant surveys and rare plant monitoring workshops.

    For current course schedules: http://www.devonian.ualberta.ca/devonian/pnpcourses.html

    Contact/ Contacter:
    Rene Belland, Prairie and Northern Plant Diversity Centre
    Devonian Botanic Garden, University of Alberta
    Edmonton, AB T6G 2E1
    (780) 987-3054

  2. Alberta Native Plant Council - http://www.anpc.ab.ca/

    Box 52099, Garneau Postal Outlet, Edmonton, AB T6G 2T5
    info@anpc.ab.ca

    Highlights:

    Offers workshops, field trips, maintains a native plant seed source list and has recently released guidelines for the collection and use of native plants

    Description of Centre/Organisation:

    The Council emphasizes education initiatives on native plants, studies and works to re-establish rare plants in Alberta, and encourages reclamation and conservation of Alberta’s native habitats

    Recommended by: Elizabeth Hood

  3. The Friends of Glencoe Cove-Kwatsech Park - http://www.conservationconnection.bc.ca/GroupView.asp?GroupID=145

    Victoria, British Columbia
    David Jobson at (250) 477-8947 or david_jobson@hotmail.com

    Highlights:

    Invasive species removal and native species planting events, on-going

    Description of Centre/Organisation:

    The Friends are dedicated to the preservation, protection and restoration of native plants species as well as that of the Kwatsech archaeological sites in the Glencoe Cove area.

    Recommended by: Elizabeth Hood