Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor

The Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor Legacy Project will conserve and connect one of the last internationally significant wildlife corridors in the Crowsnest Pass.
Start/End Date: 
Monday, 9 December, 2019

Upon completion of this project, the Nature Conservatory of Canada will create  a wildlife corridor over five kilometres wide will be conserved for the long term. This will support critical animal movement between the newly created Castle Crown Provincial Park, Waterton and Glacier International Parks and areas to the south, including Montana, to parks and protected areas north of Highway 3.