What is Alberta Wetland Policy?
The Alberta Wetland Policy provides tools and a strategic foundation necessary to make educated and informed management decisions with regards to minimizing the damage done to wetlands. The purpose is to conserve, restore, and protect Alberta’s wetlands that provide benefit to Albertans, the environment, economy, and society. According to the Alberta Wetland Policy, the onus is on the applicant to ensure no impact or damage results from any development project activity.
Wetlands protect water quality, water storage, and infiltration. This results in healthy biodiversity — promoting a strong environment for wildlife, plants, and fish.
Any activity or development that affects Alberta’s wetlands will require an application under the Alberta Water Act.
Wetland Assessment Services We Provide:
- Species at risk assessments
- Wildlife sweeps
- Migratory bird surveys
- Amphibian Surveys
Alberta Wetland Policy: Conserve, Restore, Protect
The goal of the Alberta Wetland Policy is to conserve, restore, protect, and manage the province’s wetlands to support the benefits they provide. To accomplish this goal, the policy focuses on the following outcomes:
- Safe, secure drinking water for Albertans.
- Healthy, sustainable aquatic ecosystems.
- Reliable and quality water for a sustainable economy.
- Reducing the negative impact on Alberta’s wetlands as much as possible during the planning, design, construction, and operational phases of development and managing activities that may damage wetlands.
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Our specialized environmental consultants manage the planning and implementation of a project’s permitting process. We are certified with considerable experience to ensure our client’s projects run smoothly by clearly outlining regulations – ensuring that projects/developments comply with federal, provincial, and municipal environmental guidelines.
For over 30 years, Green Plan Ltd. has helped thousands of clients obtain approvals for their construction, rail, road, infrastructure, sand/gravel, and land development projects. If you have any questions about our services or would like to get started, feel free to drop by our office, send us an email at email@example.com or call us at 780- 455-4292. We look forward to helping your next development project run as smoothly and as cost-effective as possible.
Source: Alberta Wetland Policy