Land Management & Stewardship

Event

SSRP Consultation Session

Nov 6 2012 - 11:00pm to Nov 7 2012 - 3:00am

Albertans invited to provide input on next regional plan

Consultation for South Saskatchewan region begins next month

Edmonton... Work on a land-use plan for southern Alberta will focus on water, economic development and conservation needs. A new round of consultations in the South Saskatchewan region starts November 6Read more about SSRP Consultation Session

Location

Sheraton Red Deer Hotel
3310 50 Avenue
Red Deer , AB
Event

SSRP Consultation Session

Nov 6 2012 - 11:00pm to Nov 7 2012 - 3:00am

Albertans invited to provide input on next regional plan

Consultation for South Saskatchewan region begins next month

Edmonton... Work on a land-use plan for southern Alberta will focus on water, economic development and conservation needs. A new round of consultations in the South Saskatchewan region starts November 6Read more about SSRP Consultation Session

Location

Cardston and District Seniors Centre
260 First Street West
Cardston , AB
Call for Input

South Saskatchewan Regional Plan Public Consultation

Initiative: 
South Saskatchewan Regional Plan
Deadline: 
21 Dec 2012

Albertans invited to provide input on next regional plan

Consultation for South Saskatchewan region begins next month

Edmonton... Work on a land-use plan for southern Alberta will focus on water, economic development and conservation needs. A new round of consultations in the South Saskatchewan region starts November 6Read more about South Saskatchewan Regional Plan Public Consultation

Media Release

Pembina Reacts to tabling of the Lower Athabasca Regional Plan

CALGARY — Simon Dyer, policy director at the Pembina Institute, made the following statement in response to the release of the Lower Athabasca Regional Plan:

“Today’s announcement is an important milestone in the improved environmental management of the oilsands. Identifying over 1.2 million hectares of new protected conservation areas that will remain free of industrial activity is progress that should be applauded. Through the Lower Athabasca Regional Plan, Premier Redford and Minister McQueen have made progress on Alberta’s commitment to responsible oilsands development.

 

“While a promising start, today’s announcement is just the beginning of the environmental improvements required to ensure responsible oilsands development. Many elements of the regional plan remain incomplete or  works-in-progress. Read more about Pembina Reacts to tabling of the Lower Athabasca Regional Plan

Media Release

Castle Logging Decision Ignored Fish & Wildlife, and Alberta Public

Details Revealed in Newly-released Freedom of Information Documents

ALBERTA - Newly-released documents reveal that the Alberta government’s decision to go ahead with deeply unpopular clearcut logging in the Castle Special Place, west of Pincher Creek, Alberta – despite widespread public opposition – was made by Forestry staff in a seeming vacuum. Fish and Wildlife staff were given minimal opportunity for input, and documents show that input was ignored. Extensive public opposition to the logging, which saw rallies, a protest camp and even arrests, was also discounted. Read more about Castle Logging Decision Ignored Fish & Wildlife, and Alberta Public

Media Release

Forestry Deal Pre-empts North SK plan

The Government of Alberta has quietly signed a new 20 year Forest Management Agreement (FMA) with Sundre Forest Products, apparently bypassing the imminent North Saskatchewan planning process. The deal will make watershed and wildlife conservation more difficult in the FMA’s 5600 km2 area of North Saskatchewan and Red Deer River forested headwaters that affects the water security of over a million Albertans downstream. Read more about Forestry Deal Pre-empts North SK plan

Media Release

Bighorn Trail Closures Confirm AWA Concerns

The recent decision by Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD) to close trails in the Bighorn Backcountry area to all motorized traffic due to “extreme erosion” confirms what AWA has been saying for over a decade: this important wilderness area cannot handle motorized recreation, and OHV trails are not an appropriate development for these pristine valleys. Read more about Bighorn Trail Closures Confirm AWA Concerns

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