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39th National Conference and AGM

September 22 to 25, 2014
Centre des congrès Tremblant

Mont-Tremblant, Québec, Canada
Join us for an exciting conference!

Schedule
View the conference program.

Registration
Conference registration form
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To register online please click here. 

Transportation and Accommodations
Hotel registration information
Transportation and accommodation information English | French
Interactive map of Tremblant Resort village

Sponsorship opportunities
Sponsorship opportunities for the conference are available, including receptions, banquet, conference room sponsorship, partnerships, student sponsorship and booth space. Click here for details: English | French

Awards nominations
CLRA is accepting nominations for the Dr. Edward M. Watkins Award and the Noranda Land Reclamation Award, which are presented at the conference. Click here for details about the awards, and the nomination form.

Short Courses
CLRA is offering a number of short course's on top the program sessions at this year's conference. For more information please click below.

Mining Sites Restoration/Restauration de Sites Miniers - September 25-26, 2014

River Banks and Shore Restoration Sites/Restauration de Littoraux et Stabilisation de Berges - September 25, 2014

Restauration des Berges et Littoraux - 22 septembre 2014

Restauration des Sites Miniers - 22 septembre 2014

Welcome

CLRA/ACRSD: Building a nation-wide community of practitioners to reclaim and remediate environmentally-disturbed lands and waterways.

The Canadian Land Reclamation Association/Association canadienne de réhabilitation des sites dégradés (CLRA/ACRSD) is a non-profit organization that was incorporated in 1975. The Association encourages personal and corporate involvement where reclamation or rehabilitation of disturbed lands is planned or implemented.

Its members meet annually for technical discussion, information exchange and personal interaction. Local activities occur in Alberta, Atlantic Canada, British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec where there are active provincial chapters.

The CLRA/ACRSD provides its members with up-to-date technical information through the publication of its newsletters, the magazine Canadian Reclamation and proceedings of its annual conferences. These publications allow the organization to have an informal, instructional role in the decision-making processes of reclamation/rehabilitation projects and to act as a forum for the dissemination of ideas and information pertinent to reclamation activities.

If you or your company are involved with or interested in reclamation of land or watercourses, environmental guidelines and/or enforcement, decommissioning, research (products, methods or equipment), or education, consider becoming a member of Canada\'s only national association concerned solely with reclamation.

 

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CLRA - Alberta Fall Tour

The 2014 “From Plains to Peaks” field tour will explore the assessment, reclamation and management practices on a variety of locations in the Pincher Creek and Waterton Park areas from the Foothills Fescue to Montane Natural Subregions. This area encompasses important watershed and wildlife habitat areas with high species diversity due to rapid topography and climate changes. The area is also valued by multiple interests, but mainly ranching, oil and gas, wind energy, and recreation. The tour will focus on the unique challenges faced by land management and reclamation practitioners to achieve sustainability on a variety of ecosites with multiple land uses.

Please click here for the full overview of the Fall Tour!

Registration now open!  Click here for Registration Form.

Sponsorship now open! Click here for Sponsorship Form.

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