Project Forest Pipestone Forest is 9 hectares located on Treaty 8, in the greater Grande Prairie area in western Alberta. The site is part of the North Kamisak Lake Conservation Site, owned and maintained by the Alberta Conservation Association (ACA).
Project Forest Pipestone Forest represents our first exclusively funded rewilding project with Pipestone Energy as our exclusive funding partner. In partnership with the ACA, Project Forest and Pipestone Energy planted over 18,000 seedlings on the 9 ha site of non-productive agricultural land, contributing to the conservation effort and increased biodiversity goals of the ACA. The North Kamisak Lake Conservation Site provides crucial habitat to the area’s wildlife species such as moose, elk, white-tailed and mule deer, black bear and upland game birds. The site provides recreation opportunities like hunting, hiking and wildlife viewing. The rewilding of this once unproductive land brings direct benefits to the air, water, soil, wildlife and local community.
Partnering with Project Forest, corporations can make a lasting positive impact in the areas where they work, live and play.