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Restoration of Roads and Trails in the Eastern Slopes: It Can Work

December 14, 2016

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Alberta’s Eastern Slopes are suffering from an excess of access. Sub-regional footprint and recreation plans must consider the reality that we are in an era of restoration. A scan of literature, reports, and past and present initiatives elsewhere is intended to help managers use the best available information to inform prioritization, methodology, and approach to restoring the Livingstone and Porcupine Hills, and along the Eastern Slopes.

This document was prepared on behalf of the Porcupine Hills Coalition as the Livingstone and Porcupine Hills Land Footprint Management Plan process neared completion. Contact AWA if you have questions or would like to submit additional information.

With rare exception cattle ranchers have been the best of guardians of the land entrusted to them. May we continue to be conscientious caretakers of this precious resource and hand it on to another generation unspoiled.
- Gerald Brewin, Rancher in the Taber area 1929 - 2016
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