Tag Archives: cumulative effects

Fisheries Management: Complex, Complicated and Poorly Comprehended

Guest Blog: Alberta Environment and Parks is proposing plans to recover native trout in Alberta’s Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains. The plans call for the closing of fishing along many streams to allow the trout populations to recover. However, many … Continue reading

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“A Modest Proposal” for Alberta’s Caribou?

Guest Blog: Alberta Environment and Parks is requesting public input into its woodland caribou range planning efforts. The deadline for input is July 27, 2017, but AEP will accept comments about specific plans after that date. In the following essay … Continue reading

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The Framework

On May 21, 2008, Alberta government Minister of Sustainable Resources Development, Ted Morton, released his long-awaited Draft Land-use Framework for Alberta. In my July column for the Alberta Outdoorsmen, I discussed the draft framework and how it has a long … Continue reading

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