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Land use activities and application processes.
An integrated and coordinated approach to resource management better manages and monitors Alberta’s natural assets.
Various pieces of legislation and policy fall under the mandate of Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP).
Programs and services that support the long-term management of Alberta’s land and natural resources.
Land conservation, reclamation and remediation, and contaminant management.
Through the Land-use Framework, the Alberta government is addressing cumulative impacts on the environment.
Pesticides in Alberta must be safely distributed, stored, used and disposed.
An evaluation process recommends whether the proposed land use can be integrated into other land uses currently on the land.
You can make appeals to the Public Lands Appeal Board on certain land decisions.
As environmental protections are strengthened rule changes require some compensation concessions for existing industry agreements.