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Organization: The Camrose and District Fish and G ame Association – Pleasure Island Conservation Report: Draft
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Under the course CSL 360 provided by the University of Alberta Augustana I was retained to conduct an environmental conservation assessment for Pleasure Island in 2018.The goal of the report is to provide a summary report and recommendation to enhance the success and future sustainability of the property. The report is based on personal observations, interviews of community members and scientific data collected on site. The report also required development of program recommendations to assist Pleasure Island in taking an active role in conveying community service benefits and values that the program offers to the people of Camrose. The observations and the recommendations will assist Pleasure Island with furthering its mission of acquiring social, economic and environmental health of the property with the help of the community, the government and stakeholders. Human impacts to the planet have been accelerating and people are more disconnected from nature than ever before. Pleasure Island hopes to bridge this gap and reconnect people with the land.
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The Camrose and District Fish and Game Association (CDFGA) is a non-profit organization whose mandate focuses on the conservation and stewardship of fish, wildlife, and its habitats in the presence of human activity. The organization is in charge of various land trusts including the Pleasure Island, the focus of this report. Pleasure Island fosters a culture of sustainability in the Camrose community by communicating sustainable knowledge of conservation, delivering knowledge, and building bridges that will infuse sustainability into the Camrose community. Conservation is a subject that is constantly evolving thus, the practice of
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