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Splash images of Albertan LandscapesWelcome to Alberta: Naturally! The Heritage Community Foundation is proud to provide a dynamic new platform to help make Alberta’s heritage come alive for everyone! Explore aspects of Alberta’s natural wonders through images, text, and CKUA Radio Network’s Heritage Trails and Ecofiles. We hope that your experience fosters a new understanding of the Alberta that was, a new appreciation for the Alberta that is, and optimism for the Alberta that will be.

Please join us here, in Phase Three, as we discover Alberta’s natural wonders. We hope that your exploration of Alberta's diverse ecosystems will provide you with a better understanding of the climate, landscape and species of the province as well as raise your awareness of the environmental concerns facing Albertans, Canadians and the Global Community regarding their natural heritage. The Blue Planet is a small place and it is in our keeping. By understanding the natural wonders of Alberta, you will also be participating in a global journey of discovery of our environment.

Stories in Stone: Travels in Time is an educational website showcasing Alberta’s vibrant geological past. Aimed at elementary students, this multimedia website is filled with images and activities that introduce a wide range of topics and concepts dealing with geology including rocks, fossils, and land formations.


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