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Alberta"s public land and resources-planning for the future by Alberta. Alberta Forestry, Lands and Wildlife

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Published by Alberta Forestry, Lands and Wildlife in Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English


  • Public lands,
  • Management,
  • Natural resources

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Open LibraryOL25676285M
ISBN 100864996446

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A passion for the land: public lands in Alberta Cover title;"This book is dedicated to the countless men and women who over our organization's year history have contributed their energy, insight and determination to the wise management and efficient administration of Alberta's public lands" -- page after cover;University of.   Detailed history of land use planning in Alberta Regional planning is founded on dreaming of what can be achieved in the future and then setting out the steps to get there. It is an optimistic vision – which is typically created in optimistic times. This two-page fact sheet provides a brief overview of the history of public lands in Alberta, distinguished between the use of the terms "public land" and "Crown land", and describes how public land is used and administered within the province. Updated. September 1, Tags. Alberta's Bighorn Backcountry is an area of public lands east of Banff and Jasper National Parks. Motorized recreation on public land Motorized recreation can be an exciting and enjoyable way for outdoor enthusiasts to get around on public land.

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