15May 2017

Join us for a “Day on the Creek” A unique outdoor learning experience for students, parents, teachers and the general public to learn more about the environment and human history along Pincher Creek and the importance of watershed stewardship.  Everyone is welcome to attend for all or part of the day ! DATE: Wednesday May […]

09Mar 2017

In September 2015 the Alberta Government announced plans to establish a new provincial park called Castle Provincial Park and an expansion of the Castle Wildland Provincial Park. In January 2017 following a public consultation period the Alberta Government officially announced the designation of these parks and released a draft management plan for them. “The Castle […]

24Jan 2017

*****PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO WEATHER THE FOLLOWING EVENTS AT TWIN BUTTE HAVE BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR MARCH 8TH – TIME AND PLACE WILL REMAIN THE SAME****** The Waterton Biosphere Reserve is excited to show the newly released Waterton episode of Striking Balance in Twin Butte, Alberta on February 10th when the Oldman Watertshed Council and the Nature […]

23Jan 2017

Press Release: January 20, 2017 (Provided by the Bert Riggall Environmental Foundation) The Bert Riggall Environmental Foundation is pleased to announce the support of its Canada 150 project from the Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwest Alberta Canada 150 Fund Background: The story of conservation in southwest Alberta is of national significance. Many innovative approaches […]

17Oct 2016

October 15, 2016 – The Waterton Biosphere Reserve will be featured in a made for national television documentary series, Striking Balance.  Narrated by Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy, Striking Balance is an eight-part documentary series airing on TVO that explores Canada’s Biosphere Reserves. Located in the southwestern corner of Alberta, the Waterton Biosphere Reserve is one […]

02Sep 2016

The Waterton Biosphere Reserve would like to invite you to join us as we tour various carnivore mitigation projects of the Carnivores and Communities Program (CACP). The CACP provides support for activities designed to remove or reduce carnivore attractants. Current attractant management projects include removing dead livestock from the landscape, making grain and feed storage […]