The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area (ASCCA) is a 4,800 acre day use natural area.  It is located just south west of the city of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. The Cross Conservation Area is dedicated to:

  • protecting habitat and providing space for native species of wildlife,
  • offering conservation education programs (particularly to youth) without jeopardizing wildlife and habitat, and
  • managing human use of the ASCCA through 'entry by registration only’.


ASCCA Volunteer Rectuitment Session
Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 6:30pm

Are you looking for a way to give back to your community while fulfilling your need to spend time in nature?  Do you have a passion for conservation and want to share your knowledge and engage with local youth?  Or do you simply need a break from the hustle and bustle of Calgary and spend time working in an office surrounded by nature and not highrises? 


RASC Star Gazing at ASCCA
April 4, 2014

Please join us April 4th from 8-10:30 pm for a night of stellar adventure.

Roland Dechesne and Larry McNish from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) will be sharing a wealth of information about the joys of astronomy. Learn what’s up in the night sky at this time of year, ways you can help keep the stars shining bright in your community and take in the wonders of the universe through telescopes (weather dependent).