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Forest health and adaptation

Alberta forests are sustained through regulation, continuous monitoring and control of forest insects and diseases, and gene conservation.

Introduction

A healthy forest is able to sustain itself ecologically and evolutionarily while providing for society's economic, social, recreational and spiritual needs and values. Natural and human-made forests must be managed to retain this resilience through the: Natural and human-made forests must be managed to retain this resilience through the:

In focus

Forest health

Find out about Mountain Pine Beetle and other damage agents that adversely affect the health of Alberta’s forests.

Adaptation and tree improvement

Monitoring and control of forest insects and diseases, regulation and development of forest reproductive materials, and gene conservation.

Resources

Publications, reports and newsletters related to Alberta's forest health and adaptation program

Contact

Connect with Alberta Forest Health and Adaptation: [email protected]

Talk to Alberta Forestry staff in your area: Forestry Area Office Contacts

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