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In Pictures: Scenic swath of Alberta to be preserved

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Rancher Hugh Lynch-Staunton rides at the historic Waldron ranch where a cooperative of ranchers have entered an agreement with the Nature Conservatory of Canada to permanently conserve over 30,000 acres of land on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta, September 11, 2013.

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The Whaleback area at the historic Waldron ranch where a cooperative of ranchers have entered an agreement with the Nature Conservatory of Canada to permanently conserve over 30,000 acres of land on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains in, Alberta, September 11, 2013.

Todd Korol/The Globe and Mail

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Jim Lynch-Staunton (R) and his father Hugh Lynch-Staunton ride at the historic Waldron ranch where a cooperative of ranchers have entered an agreement with the Nature Conservatory of Canada to permanently conserve over 30,000 acres of land on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta, September 11, 2013.

Todd Korol/The Globe and Mail

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A small creek runs through the historic Waldron ranch where a cooperative of ranchers have entered an agreement with the Nature Conservatory of Canada to permanently conserve over 30,000 acres of land on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains in, Alberta, September 11, 2013.

Todd Korol/The Globe and Mail

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Ranch board members ride at the historic Waldron ranch where a cooperative of ranchers have entered an agreement with the Nature Conservatory of Canada to permanently conserve over 30,000 acres of land on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains in, Alberta, September 11, 2013.

Todd Korol/The Globe and Mail

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The Whaleback area at the historic Waldron ranch where a cooperative of ranchers have entered an agreement with the Nature Conservatory of Canada to permanently conserve over 30,000 acres of land on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains in, Alberta, September 11, 2013.

Todd Korol/The Globe and Mail

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Jim Lynch-Staunton (L) and his father Hugh Lynch-Staunton ride at the historic Waldron ranch where a cooperative of ranchers have entered an agreement with the Nature Conservatory of Canada to permanently conserve over 30,000 acres of land on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta, September 11, 2013.

Todd Korol/The Globe and Mail

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