The Terrestiral Environmental Effects Monitoring (TEEM) program has published a full procedure manual for the Forest Health Monitoring Program.Read More
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Are you an Anzac, Gregoire Lake or Cheecham Village area resident?
Are you concerned about odours that sometimes occur in the Anzac & surrounding First Nations area?Read More
The March edition of the WBEA@Work newsletter is now published...Read More
The Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency (AEMERA) is the provincial organization responsible for measuring, assessing and informing the public on key ambient air, water, land and biodiversity indicators. Click to view their March Newsletter for information on current environmental work and the latest developments.Read More
On March 14, 2014 WBEA President, Diane Phillips, and Executive Director, Dr. Kevin Percy, met with the Honourable Don Scott, QC, MLA for Fort McMurray-Conklin, Minister of Innovation and Advanced Education and Deputy Government House Leader. MLA Scott was given an update on WBEA’s environmental monitoring work, in particular the implementation of monitoring in the communities of Conklin and Janvier.Read More
Fort McMurray, Alberta – The Wood Buffalo Environmental Association (WBEA) takes another step toward continuous improvement with the launch of a completely redesigned website, www.wbea.org. Along with a more contemporary design, changes have been made to site-wide navigation to help users find the data and information they need faster.
Please click to view the second quarterly report for the 2014/15 Fort McMurray Community Odour Monitoring Project: 2014/15 Fort McMurray Community Odour Monitoring Project - Q2 ReportRead More
Fort McMurray, Alberta – The Wood Buffalo Environmental Association (WBEA) is pleased to welcome Fort McKay First Nation representative, Ryan Abel, B.Sc., B.Ed., to its Governance Committee. Ryan is the Environmental Lead, In Situ & Forestry with the Fort McKay First Nation, and he currently represents Fort McKay on the WBEA General Members board.Read More
Developments in the southern portion of the WBEA air shed (south of Fort McMurray and north of Lac La Biche), are expected to continue to increase over the next several decades. Find out how WBEA proposes to monitor this important area of our Municipality: PROPOSED Southern Monitoring Plan (article published in Winter 2014 Community Report)Read More