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April 1, 2020

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This brochure explains how agricultural activities around a lake can affect the water quality of the lake, and what agricultural producers can do to keep sediments and nutrients resulting from agricultural activity out of Alberta's lakes.


Views: 537
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September 1, 2015

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Aquatic plants along lake shorelines are important for maintaining healthy lake ecosystems. They provide habitat for fish spawning, nesting habitat for waterfowl and shorebirds, rearing sites for young fish and wildlife, and they protect shorelines from wave and wind erosion. Aquatic vegetation...


Views: 529
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April 1, 2020

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This brochure provides information on blue-green algal blooms, how they affect the water quality of a lake, and what lake users should do to protect the health of themselves, their families, and their pets if a bloom is present in their lake.


Views: 389
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April 1, 2020

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This one-page infographic provides a handy overview of a lakeshore property in Alberta, indicating what part of a property is private land, what part is public land, and the provincial and federal legislation that applies to each of these areas.


Views: 161
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April 1, 2020

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This brochure highlights actions individuals can take in the watershed, on the shore and in the water to help maintain or improve the health of Alberta lakes.


Views: 117
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April 1, 2020

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This brochure explains how to enjoy recreational activities on Alberta's lakes while minimizing the impacts of these activities, to ensure that our lakes remain healthy and safe for everyone to enjoy.


Views: 69
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April 1, 2020

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This one-page infographic provides a handy listing of the various organizations working together to support healthy lakes in Alberta and the role each plays.


Views: 263
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September 1, 2015

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The scientific study of lakes helps us assess lake conditions and monitor changes over time. This is especially important as we are seeing increased pressure on lakes due to shoreline development, agricultural practices, vegetation removal, intensive land-use and increased recreational use....