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AEP’s grazing and timber integration policy gives direction to these two industries on how to integrate their activities on public land. It applies to Alberta’s green and white areas.
The green area is defined as forested regions mostly in northern Alberta and the mountains and foothills. The white area is the populated central, southern and Peace River regions.
For information on grazing and timber integration, see:
- Grazing and Timber Integration Manual and Example Timber Grazing Agreement (GTA)
- Integration of Grazing and Timber Activities Directive
- Whitecourt – Edson Regional Grazing Plan
- Checklist for Completing a Grazing Timber Agreement (GTA) (PDF, 106 KB)
- Grazing Timber Agreement (GTA) (PDF, 45 KB)
- Campbell Creek Timber Grazing Demonstration Final Report
- Cutblock Assessment Tool: Level 1 Status Assessment
- Cutblock Assessment Scoring Sheet (PDF, 24 KB)
- Recommended grazing best management practices in coniferous and deciduous cutblocks in Alberta
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