Filmmaker Dianne Whelan understands this fundamental connection between the planet and the humans who need it to survive. CPAWS Saskatchewan is proud to be supporting her as she nears the conclusion of her current project: 500 Days in the Wild.
CPAWS plays a leading role in the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement. The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA) is a historic agreement made between conservation groups … Read More
Sturgeon River Plains Bison In 1969, approximately 50 bison from Elk Island National Park were released in the Thunder Hills, north of Prince Albert National Park, by … Read More
CPAWS will continue to help Saskatchewan realize its goal for an expanded Provincial Park system. Saskatchewan currently has 34 provincial parks located in all corners … Read More
CPAWS works to ensure that Saskatchewan’s provincial parks are managed to protect the ecological integrity of the ecosystems they encompass. Saskatchewan is home to two … Read More