Alberta Trappers
Committed to Conservation

Those who depend on natural habitats work hard to protect them.

That's why ACA is thrilled to profile Alberta trappers in the Conservation Education Room at the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum near Grande Prairie.

ACA leases the space to reach and teach youth already passing through about conservation, how it impacts their future, and what they can do to help.

Interactive and static displays include furbearing mounts, custom digital presentations, and amazing photographs that offer glimpses into a rare way of life steeped in tradition. We even reveal a few secrets about the elusive wolverine, thanks to Alberta trappers! ACA will also incorporate a speaker series with help from ACA’s staff, member groups, and Board of Directors.

This is ACA's third exhibit since 2018 in the Conservation Education Room in a series of displays. ACA previously has presented the issue of snow geese overabundance and Species At Risk.

ACA and partners are proud to engage youth in science-based learning and experiences. When you’re in the area, stop by the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Wembley and be sure to explore the Conservation Education Room.