With more than 50 years of conservation efforts and 660 acres of urban greenspace, FortWhyte Alive continues to grow with the community and nature around it. BeCause Radio spoke with Carolyn Townend, Communications and Brand Manager at FortWhyte Alive, to learn more about the organization’s roots in wildlife conservation and how they’ve expanded and adapted over the years.
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