My Wild Alberta is managed and maintained by the Ministry of Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD), in cooperation with the following stakeholders:

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Alberta Conservation Association (ACA)
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Formed in 1997, the Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) is a non-profit, non-government association that works to conserve, protect and enhance fish and wildlife, and their natural habitats, for all Albertans to enjoy. The ACA evolved out of the Alberta Fish and Wildlife Trust Fund and is now managed by a board of directors that comprises conservation groups, first nations, academic and public members.


Alberta Fish and Game Association (AFGA)
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The Alberta Fish & Game Association (AFGA) is a volunteer-based, non-profit charitable organization that advocates the common interests of ethical hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts in the responsible stewardship of Alberta's environment. AFGA has a total membership of more than 16,000, representing almost 100 affiliated fish and game clubs from across Alberta.


Alberta Hunter Education Instructors’ Association (AHEIA)
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The Alberta Hunter Education Instructors' Association (AHEIA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating an ethical, humane and educated Alberta that values wildlife, fish and the environment. AHEIA offers several conservation and hunter education programs, including highly successful programs for youth, women and first-time hunters. The association also delivers the Alberta Conservation and Hunter Education Program, which is offered both online and in person.

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Alberta Outdoorsmen
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Through a monthly magazine and website, Alberta Outdoorsmen keeps its readers up-to-date on the news, issues and events surrounding hunting, fishing and trapping in the province. Alberta Outdoorsmen’s unique mix of thought-provoking articles, tips, photos, recipes, an online discussion forum and more creates the perfect blend of information, advocacy and adventure for the outdoor enthusiast.


Alberta Professional Outfitters Society (APOS)
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The Alberta Professional Outfitters Society (APOS) is a non-profit delegated administrative organization responsible for administering the province’s outfitted hunting industry. There are more than 380 outfitter-guides registered through APOS, serving more than 14,000 clients each year. APOS contributes significant funding to conservation research and projects through the APOS Legacy Fund and the Wildlife Management Fund.

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Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD)
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Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD) works with Albertans across the province to ensure a balance between the economic, environmental and social values of our province. ESRD, as proud steward of air, land, water and biodiversity, will lead the achievement of desired environmental outcomes and sustainable development of natural resources for Albertans.

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Alberta Trappers’ Association (ATA)
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The Alberta Trappers' Association (ATA) promotes the harvesting of wild furbearers in a humane and sustainable manner. The organization offers a number of services, including operating a trapper supply store, a fur receiving depot, tanning services and publishing a quarterly magazine on current issues and concerns affecting trappers.

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Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC)
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Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is a non-government, non-profit conservation organization dedicated to conserving, restoring and managing wetlands and associated habitats for waterfowl, wildlife and people. Formed in 1938, DUC is part of the larger Ducks Unlimited family, which has representation in both the United States and Mexico.

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Hunting for Tomorrow
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Representing a broad coalition of hunting, fishing and trapping organizations, Hunting for Tomorrow focuses on achieving three main goals: increasing the number of people who participate in hunting; maintaining and enhancing hunting opportunities and experiences in the province; and increasing public acceptance of hunting as a traditional activity.

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Trout Unlimited Canada (TUC)
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Trout Unlimited Canada (TUC) is a non-profit organization that seeks to conserve, protect and restore Canada's freshwater ecosystems and coldwater resources for current and future generations. TUC's primary mission is to develop and apply effective, science-based, measurable coldwater conservation solutions. A major focus of the organization is to inform the public about coldwater conservation issues and to educate communities about their watersheds.

Wild Sheep Foundation of Alberta
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The mission of the Wild Sheep Foundation of Alberta is to promote and enhance increasing populations of indigenous wild sheep in Alberta by funding programs that support responsible wildlife management, conservation education, youth involvement and the preservation of hunting heritage.

Updated: Sep 26, 2014