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Organizations: Sustainable Resource Development (2001-2006,2006-2013)

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March 6, 2017

Description

Annual listing of companies in contravention of the forests and public lands acts, the location, the date and the infraction.


Last Modified

June 1, 1997

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Alberta Sustainable Resource Development (ASRD) is responsible for administering all roadway reservations on public land in the Province. Before entering public land for roadway development, you need a Provisional Roadway Reservation (RDS) from ASRD, pursuant to the Public Lands Act. A RDS serves...


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January 1, 2009

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The purpose of this report is to provide an overview for the update of ESAs in the province of Alberta. ESAs represent places in Alberta that are vital to the long-term maintenance of biological diversity, soil, water, or other natural processes, at multiple spatial scales. They are identified as...


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February 1, 2010

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Trumpeter Swans found in Alberta form approximately 30% of the Rocky Mountain population and have experienced substantial population growth and range expansion over the last 15 years. The species is currently classified as Threatened in Alberta under the provincial Wildlife Act but is considered...


Last Modified

August 1, 2014

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In 2003, the Alberta Government clarified the rules for recreational and exploration access on agricultural dispositions issued under the Public Lands Act, including grazing leases and farm development leases. The rules are contained in new legislation and regulations under the Agricultural...


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January 1, 2012

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The Weidemeyer's admiral is a Species of Special Concern in Alberta because its breeding range is limited and it is found only in the Milk River Basin of southern Alberta. This plan recommends various ways to conserve Weidemeyer's admiral populations and habitat, including monitoring techniques...


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April 28, 2011

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These guidelines are designed to help land users minimize, or avoid, potential adverse effects on selected wildlife and wildlife resources when conducting activities on public and private lands within the Grassland and Parkland natural regions of Alberta. The guidelines should be applied with...


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January 1, 2012

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Annual report for the Ministry of Sustainable Resource Development for the Province of Alberta


Last Modified

January 1, 2002

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A red-sided garter snake relocation project was initiated to determine whether snakes would overwinter successfully in another occupied hibernaculum in the Stony Plain area, west of Edmonton, Alberta. A total of 1190 garter snakes were relocated to a den 9.5 km away that contained over 8500...


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December 1, 2008

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A Strategy for the Management of Species at Risk in Alberta was drafted in 1997. That original document provided guidance for 10 years of species at risk management in the province. It provided strong process direction for species' status evaluation, species' listing and recovery...


Last Modified

March 30, 2016

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Every five years the Fish and Wildlife Division of Alberta Sustainable Resource Development reviews the general status of wildlife species in Alberta. These overviews, which have been conductd in 1991, 1996, 2000, 2005 and 2010, assign individual species 'ranks' that reflect the perceived level...


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January 1, 2016

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A brochure and form for people looking to apply for a Walleye fishing license.


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March 1, 2012

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The bull trout has been designated a Species of Special Concern in Alberta because of the declines in distribution and abundance, as well as continued threats from habitat alteration and introduced competitive species. Conserving healthy aquatic ecosystems requires the adoption of disturbance...


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January 19, 2012

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As part of the Government of Alberta’s commitment to be open and accountable to the public, all ministries are required to prepare and make public three-year ministry business plans. The ministry business plan encompasses the department and all consolidated entities, and aligns with the strategic...


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September 1, 2010

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The harlequin duck has been designated a Species of Special Concern in Alberta because it has narrow breeding habitat requirements, a relatively small population size, and is sensitive to disturbance during breeding. The primary threats to this species are habitat alteration and human...


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September 1, 2010

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The long-billed curlew has been designated a Species of Special Concern in Alberta and Canada due to the contraction of its range and small, possibly declining, population. Habitat alteration is the primary threat to this species. This plan recommends various ways to conserve long-billed curlew...


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September 1, 2010

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The long-toed salamander has been designated a Species of Special Concern in Alberta because it has a limited breeding range, populations are isolated and discontinuously distributed, it appears to be vulnerable to various types of habitat disturbances, and some populations may be declining. This...


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September 1, 2010

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The Sprague's pipit has been designated a Species of Special Concern in Alberta due to its large historic population decline and potential for continuing habitat alteration, which is one of the primary threats to this species. This plan recommends various ways to conserve Sprague's pipit...


Last Modified

May 13, 2015

Description

Every five years the Fish and Wildlife Division of Alberta Sustainable Resource Development reviews the general status of wildlife species in Alberta. These overviews, which have been conductd in 1991, 1996, 2000, 2005 and 2010, assign individual species 'ranks' that reflect the perceived level...


Last Modified

March 1, 2002

Description

Provides information on the Canadian toad, including a general description of the species, its distribution in Alberta, habitat, an estimate of its population size, threats to its habitat and survival, management issues, and what the public can do to help ensure the survival of the species.