A distinct geographic area and resilient landscape in which people work together to contribute to the environmental, social, economic and cultural well being of the Beaver Hills region.
Just 20 minutes east of Edmonton, Alberta, the UNESCO-designated Beaver Hills Biosphere encompasses approximately 1600 square kilometres that includes part of the north-east corner of Leduc County as well as portions of four other counties.
The Beaver Hills, known as amiskwaciy in Cree, is a distinct, beautiful Alberta landscape that provides a diversity of productive, critical habitat to many species of wildlife and migratory bird species, and is home to many people, past and present.
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