Three main points:
1. The Park is closed and if the springs are compromised and ooze pollutants or contaminants it could be closed indefinitely.
2. The map shows that if this pit goes ahead then a huge piece of the basin could become a mine as well.
3. The government of Alberta has serious questions and concerns about these gravel pits and there is great concern that attempts are being made to keep these concerns from the public. Visit the Instagram account, savebighillspringspark
Please click here to see the petition.
Save Big Hill Springs Provincial Park petition
There are over 1,500 signatures and every time someone signs, an email goes to every councillor and the MLA and the minister of the environment.
This outrageous attack on the Big Hill Springs Park is being heard by Albertans and they are rushing to support its defence.
Share the word.
“To ensure the natural and historical values of Bighill Creek Watershed are preserved for this and future generations.”
- Volunteers at Bighill Creek Preservation Society look out for Cochrane’s unique ecosystem, Patrick Gibson, May 03, 2022 May 9, 2022
- BCPS/Mountain Ash Limited Partnership (MAPL) Gravel Application Background and update April 21, 2022
- A Prairie Oasis A Plan for Bighill Creek April 14, 2022
- AB Environment and Parks Statements of Concern provision February 8, 2022
- Field Monitoring Program, Bighill Creek Watershed, January, 2022 February 4, 2022
- Hydrology of Prairie Wetlands January 31, 2022
- An Important Message October 7, 2021
- Let’s Unite For Our Future October 7, 2021
- Big Hill Springs Provincial Park Reopens September 13, 2021
- Big Hill Springs Provincial Park Reopens Amidst Threat of Gravel Pit-September 10th, 2021 September 11, 2021
- Help Save Big Hill Springs Provincial Park August 23, 2021
- Prairie Falcon Banding June 18, 2021
- GoFundMe Change of Direction June 16, 2021
- It is important to act now! June 7, 2021
- Gravel and Parks Don’t Mix May 21, 2021