The City of Calgary has now approved the proposed long-term biodiversity strategy. The BiodiverCity document outlines a vision for the future of an ecological network that is healthy, connected, and well-managed. The key indicator of success is proposed to be a 20% increase in naturalized open space by the year 2025.
Calgary River Valleys was a supporter of this strategy and provided input to City Council recommending it be approved. For more information, the BiodiverCity Strategy document is posted with a link below.
Click here (6.1 MB PDF) to download the BiodiverCity document.
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