Jasper trees burned to control pine beetle spread
Thousands of trees along the boundary at Jasper National Park are being burned in an attempt to slow the spread of mountain pine beetles. Up to $20 million is being spent by Alberta Agriculture to keep the spread of the destructive insects at bay.
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Alberta Sports Field Day
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