SE--WHY ALBERTA'S WOODLAND CARIBOU MATTER
Opportunities and Challenges in 2023
May 2, 2023
Woodland caribou are amazing and beautiful. They are also indicators of the health of Alberta’s boreal and foothills forests. Carolyn will describe why caribou matter, why they’re threatened here, and how they’re driving changes to land-use decisions related to our vital wetlands, waters and forest. She’ll also outline some key concerns and opportunities ahead for Alberta caribou and their habitat.
Speaker: Carolyn Campbell
Carolyn Campbell is Conservation Director of Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA). Dedicated to the conservation of wilderness and the completion of a protected areas network, AWA is a voice for the environment, inspiring communities to care for Alberta’s wild spaces through awareness and action. Carolyn’s main focus is to strengthen Alberta land-use management of our boreal and central foothills regions. She has participated in advisory groups involving diverse levels of government, rights holders and stakeholders to advance conservation in Alberta.