Alberta Conservation Association will work to conserve, protect and enhance our natural biological resources.
Alberta Environmental Network – The AEN is a non-profit, non-partisan umbrella organization dedicated to helping preserve and protect Alberta’s environment.
Alberta Hiking Association – The Alberta Hiking Association (otherwise know as AHA) is primarily an umbrella organization for hiking clubs from across the province.
Alberta Invasive Species Council – Invasive alien plants are species introduced deliberately or unintentionally outside of their natural habitats. In this new environment, free from their natural ‘enemies’, non-native plants have an advantage that allows them to out-compete native plants and agricultural crops for space, moisture and nutrients.
Alberta Species at Risk – Lists of species at risk in Alberta.
Alix Nature Trail Society The mission of the Alix Nature Trail Society (ANTS) is to protect, preserve and promote the Alix Lake Nature Trail as a valued experience for hikers, cyclists, and all outdoor enthusiasts.
Alberta Native Plant Council – The ANPC promotes knowledge and conservation of the native plants and vegetation of Alberta.
Alberta Prairie Conservation Forum – The Prairie Conservation Forum is a large voluntary coalition of stakeholder groups whose members are interested in the conservation of native prairie and parkland environments in Alberta, Canada.
Alberta Native Bee Council – Supporting the conservation of Alberta’s native bee populations. Promoting conservation of native pollinator communities through research and monitoring, advocacy, education, and collaboration with others.
Alberta Wilderness Association – Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) is the oldest wilderness conservation group in Alberta dedicated to the completion of a protected areas network and the conservation of wilderness throughout the province.
Wild Lands Advocate, the Alberta Wilderness Associations magazine.
Alberta Lake Management Society– The Alberta Lake Management Society (ALMS) and its members are active in providing a link to individuals, local communities, educational institutions, governments and industry across Alberta who are interested in lake and watershed management.