State of the Castle 2018

State of the Castle 2018

Keeping the Castle wild Since the inception of the Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition (CCWC) in 1989, the Board of Directors and all CCWC supporters have worked hard to ensure the Castle area remains wild. CCWC’s vision – a world in which wilderness survives so...
Keeping the Castle Wild: 2018 Year in Review

Keeping the Castle Wild: 2018 Year in Review

The Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition is committed to keeping the Castle wild. Even as a new management plan was started this year, our community of volunteers, weed-pullers, hikers and visitors to the Castle will continue to help keep the Castle wild for years to...
2018 Summer Stewardship Schedule

2018 Summer Stewardship Schedule

Join Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition (CCWC) for a variety of summer stewardship activities that are both educational and recreational. These activities are hosted by local experts and promote conservation and reclamation of the Castle Wildland and Castle Provincial...
Annual General Meeting

Annual General Meeting

Join us on May 26, 2018 for the Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition Annual General Meeting. The event will feature guest speaker Julie MacDougall, the Senior Parks Planner for Alberta Environment and Parks. When: May 26, 2018 from 10 am to 12 pm Where: Coalfields...
The potential of a story

The potential of a story

Author of the Castle’s most popular guidebook creates appreciation through stories Stories are one way to better understand a place. From the plains to the peaks, the Castle region is full of stories. Both new and old stories have been shared by visitors and people...
How the Castle was built

How the Castle was built

A peek into the geological past of the Castle region The very heart of the Castle area – the rocks it is built upon – is like no other. It is difficult to compress millions of years of history into a few paragraphs, but this attempt showcases how heat, ice, time and a...