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Waiting for Alberta to Finish its First Two Caribou Subregional Land-Use Plans

November 1, 2021

Wild Lands Advocate article by: Carolyn Campbell, AWA Conservation Director

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Deadlines for important caribou range plans are approaching. Alberta has committed to adopt enforceable land-use plans, plans detailing how we will pursue economic and social priorities within important wildlife habitat thresholds. The province promised that, by the end of 2021, it will finalize its first two such landuse plans covering the Bistcho caribou range in the northwest, and Cold Lake-Christina caribou ranges in the northeast.

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