Len worked with St. Albert City Council and other key stakeholders to advocate for Big Lake to be preserved as a provincial park. Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park became a reality April 19, 2005.
Len served on the Lois Hole Tribute Committee to honour Lt. Governor Lois Hole through the creation of this statue that will be placed at the entrance to Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park.
Len is a Silver Sponsor of Ducks Unlimited who developed the John E. Poole Wetland walkway at Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park
Len Bracko - Silver Sponsor of Ducks Unlimited
Len enjoys nature watching on the John E. Poole Wetland walkway
Len moved a motion at St. Albert City Council to make the White Spruce Forest a municipal heritage site. City Council honoured the Grey Nuns contribution by naming this forest the Grey Nuns White Spruce Park.
Len championed the Red Willow Trail and Park System - 50 km of trails in St. Albert
Len – New Challenges
Whether attempting to climb Kilimanjaro, helping to rebuild a Third World community after a hurricane, or running as MLA in an Alberta provincial election, Len Bracko has never been one to back down from a challenge. Perhaps ...