Alberta Prairie Conservation Forum

The Prairie Conservation Forum (PCF) exists to promote the conservation of native biodiversity in prairie and parkland environments in Alberta and to provide an ongoing profile for prairie and parkland conservation initiatives.

The Prairie Conservation Forum (originally named the Prairie Conservation Coordinating Committee), was established in 1988 by the Government of Alberta in response to the original Prairie Conservation Action Plan (PCAP). The PCF has grown since its inception, and today is comprised of some fifty member organizations. These organizations represent all three levels of government, non-government organizations, industry, academia, and agricultural and environmental interest groups.

Vision: The biological diversity of native prairie and parkland ecosystems is secure under thoughtful and committed stewardship of all Albertans.

Mission:

The Prairie Conservation Forum is open to all organizations that support and have an interest in achieving the PCAP Vision and who are willing to apply the PCF’s Guiding Principles. The Vision will be achieved by:

  • defining desired biodiversity outcomes and measuring progress towards outcomes;
  • acquiring and sharing data, information and knowledge;
  • advancing understanding and increasing awareness of the native prairie and parkland landscape and its interdependence with the social and economic needs of society;
  • collaborating to enhance the conservation and compatible use of native prairie and parkland landscapes; and
  • maintaining the stability and building the capacity of the Prairie Conservation Forum.


The Prairie Conservation Forum (PCF) exists to promote the conservation of native biodiversity in prairie and parkland environments in Alberta and to provide an ongoing profile for prairie and parkland conservation initiatives.

The Prairie Conservation Forum (originally named the Prairie Conservation Coordinating Committee), was established in 1988 by the Government of Alberta in response to the original Prairie Conservation Action Plan (PCAP). The PCF has grown since its inception, and today is comprised of some fifty member organizations. These organizations represent all three levels of government, non-government organizations, industry, academia, and agricultural and environmental interest groups.

Vision: The biological diversity of native prairie and parkland ecosystems is secure under thoughtful and committed stewardship of all Albertans.

Mission:

The Prairie Conservation Forum is open to all organizations that support and have an interest in achieving the PCAP Vision and who are willing to apply the PCF’s Guiding Principles. The Vision will be achieved by:

  • defining desired biodiversity outcomes and measuring progress towards outcomes;
  • acquiring and sharing data, information and knowledge;
  • advancing understanding and increasing awareness of the native prairie and parkland landscape and its interdependence with the social and economic needs of society;
  • collaborating to enhance the conservation and compatible use of native prairie and parkland landscapes; and
  • maintaining the stability and building the capacity of the Prairie Conservation Forum.


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