Alberta NAWMP at Work

The Alberta NAWMP Partnership was established in the face of declining continental waterfowl populations with intent to protect and restore habitat across the continent to sustain waterfowl populations at 1970’s levels. The Partnership established unprecedented, cooperative approaches to delivering direct conservation programs, coordinating extension programs, addressing policy challenges, and building partnerships. Ultimately, the work of Alberta NAWMP contributes to conserving Alberta’s rich biological diversity.

The Plan

The Partnership is guided by Prairie Habitat Joint Venture (PHJV) Implementation Plans, which provides direction for provincial partners in conservation planning, program implementation and policy initiatives.

The Approach

Guided by the Plan, the Partners develop and deliver complementary direct, extension and policy habitat programs to both restore and retain wetlands and uplands in prairie and parkland Alberta. Learn more about our Programs and Accomplishments.

Alberta NAWMP also supports a variety of wetland related studies which span agricultural, water management and ecological studies.

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The Alberta NAWMP Partnership is an excellent example of the cooperation we need. Working with partners is the key to moving conservation efforts along.

H. Loney Dickson
Past Chair of the Prairie Habitat Joint Venture (PHJV), Shorebird Working Group