We received public input on our draft recovery plan for whitebark pine and limber pine. Whitebark and limber pines have evolved to thrive in some of Alberta's harshest landscapes but recent infections of white pine blister and infestations of mountain pine beetle have resulted in a decline in the pines' numbers across their provincial range.

Because of the overlap in their ranges and similarity in the threats these endangered species face, a combined recovery plan was developed based on feedback from provincial and federal stakeholders and experts.

Learn more about whitebark and limber pine recovery and why it’s important to Alberta’s ecosystem.


  • Open

    August 10 to September 10, 2020

  • Results under review

    Fall 2020

  • Completed

Who is listening

Ministry of Environment and Parks

Input received

Feedback was collected through an online survey from August 10 to September 10, 2020.

Thank you for your input. We are currently reviewing feedback.


Your feedback will be used to help us finalize the whitebark and limber pine recovery plan.

Last updated: September 16, 2020