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Adventures for Wilderness coordinator with Alberta Wilderness Association

Recent Posts by Sean Nichols

What’s the buzz with Pollinator Power?

Adventure coordinator Heather shares her story about building bee boxes for Alberta’s native pollinators: Our family has been involved with the Climb For Wilderness for as long as I can remember. I have been participating and volunteering with the climb since I was in high school back in the ‘90s. It was always a highlight  Continue Reading »

AWA’s first ever Adventure for Wilderness was a tremendous success

The enthusiasm and support from 15 friends for the chance to head out on an Adventure made AWA’s Adventures for Wilderness first ever event, Friends-Fish-A-Thon, a tremendous success! Our adventure started on Friday with a race against time; we boogied to set up our staging area and drill our holes in the ice before the  Continue Reading »

Remembering Richard Guy

We are all deeply saddened to let you know that our dear friend Richard Guy passed away on Monday morning. He was 103 years young. We will all miss his enthusiasm, his inspiring words and amazing strength for climbing stairs! He knew so many of you who took part in our climbs and we were  Continue Reading »

A Winter Adventure Awaits

One month after the launch of our 2020 Adventures for Wilderness programme, the first adventures are drawing near: A cross-country ski trip from Canmore to Banff and a 48-hour ice fishing trip! With Adventures happening from March through June and even beyond, we’re sure to have something that suits your style. Perhaps that’s a winter  Continue Reading »

And we’re off!

Since we last wrote to tell you about Alberta Wilderness Association’s new event, things have been unfolding with an amazing precision and we’re all pretty excited! The response to Adventures for Wilderness has been overwhelming. With a dozen adventures from around Alberta posted to our website and several more in the queue awaiting a few  Continue Reading »

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