Land management

Programs and services that support the long-term management of Alberta’s land and natural resources.

Services and information

Land Trusts can apply for funding to conserve ecologically important areas to prevent habitat fragmentation, maintain biodiversity and preserve native landscapes.

The feral horse population is mainly made up of descendants of domestic horses that were released in the early part of the 1900s.

Grazing lease information and range management, monitoring and stewardship.

This unit is responsible for coordinating the establishment, maintenance and preservation of Alberta’s land survey system.

Agriculture disposition holders can find assistance with online submission requirements.

There are 32 provincial grazing reserves within the province that are administered by the Alberta government.

Rangeland is managed as a natural ecosystem that supports vegetation which can be consumed by both domestic livestock and wildlife.

Organizations can apply for grant funding for projects promoting the conservation and long-term sustainability of Alberta’s rangelands.

These are the beds and shores of all lakes, rivers, streams and any permanent and naturally occurring water bodies within Alberta.

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