It has been a productive and exciting year for SAPAA’s digital presence. SAPAA moved to a new platform last Fall, and we have converted nearly a third of the 12-year-old PDF files to individual web pages.
Big Island, southwest of Edmonton on the North Saskatchewan River, has attracted humans for thousands of years. For the summer of 2022, a tri-government public consultation wants to hear your opinion on protecting this unique cultural and ecological resource.
The SAPAA site has three broad structures: Administration, Protected Area Visits and the site pages themselves. These last pages cover an important, but often over looked, subset of Alberta’s Protected Areas.
This is the first of a series of blogs which walk even the most cyber-phobic user through SAPAA’s website. SAPAA has an online presence to help Alberta’s Protected Areas. But first, what is the role and reason for SAPAA having a website?