Waterton Lakes National Park is the botanical "hotspot" in Alberta as it is home to most of the plant species diversity present in the province. The last treatment of the flora was published in 1982, before GPS devices ushered in a new era of precision in recording location data. Now, with most smartphones having GPS capabilities, it is possible to generate location data by submitting geotagged photos taken with a smartphone to a central database devoted to the project. The Flora of Waterton Lakes National Park INaturalist project has been set up to facilitate the gathering of that information.
If you travel to Waterton Park regularly during the flowering season, why not take a few pictures with your smartphone while you are there and submit them to INaturalist? To join, just follow the link in the list on the left side of the page.