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We're fighting climate change and building a community of environmental stewardship.

Individual walks with bike to look at solar panels in summer

Building a Green Culture

FortWhyte Alive’s existence demonstrates the possibility of environmental renewal and regeneration. Through community cooperation, what began as an industrial site is now 660 acres of green space. More than 125,000 people visit us each year to find their own connection with nature. The deeper our relationship with nature, the stronger our commitment to protecting it for generations to come.

FortWhyte Alive believes that sustainable communities are built on three essential and interconnected cornerstones: a healthy natural environment, a vibrant economy, and a healthy and equitable social environment. These three pillars ground and motivate everything we do at FortWhyte.

Stories of Sustainability

Holding Down the Fort: Animal Tracks

Animals have a story to tell. If we look closely, we'll find that they'e able to share it with us. Through the tracks that they leave, we can begin to understand more about the animals that live so closely to us.