Management Plan Development

ACA manages and maintains over 210,000 acres (approximately 85,000 ha) of habitat in collaboration with Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) and other conservation partners. In order to manage our conservation assets effectively, management plans are developed for each of these sites. Emphasis is placed on developing detailed habitat management objectives that maintain the ecological integrity of each conservation site. ACA works with our partners to develop management plans which are used as guiding documents for overall site management. These plans provide specific details regarding site features, objectives regarding enhancement or restoration, recreational and facility enhancements, guidelines, and other planned activities for the site. Management plans are reviewed by ACA and our partners as required, or on a term basis (e.g., after five or 10 years), to ensure we are meeting our intended goals and objectives. In 2019/20, we developed 17 management plans.

Partnerships

Alberta Environment and Parks, Alberta Fish & Game Association, Ducks Unlimited Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Nature Conservancy of Canada, Pheasants Forever – Calgary and Chinook Chapters, Trout Unlimited Canada, Wild Elk Federation, Woodlands County

Annual Summaries

We are working hard to upload all past summaries. If there is a report you would like to see that isn't presently here, please email info@ab-conservation.com

Title Year Category
ACA Conservation Site Management Plan Development 2007-2008 3
Management Plan Development 2008-2009 3
Management Plan Development 2009-2010 3
Management Plan Development 2010-2011 3
Management Plan Development 2011-2012 3
Management Plan Development 2012-2013 3
Management Plan Development 2013-2014 3
Management Plan Development 2014-2015 3
Management Plan Development 2015-2016 3
Management Plan Development 2016-2017 3
Management Plan Development 2017-2018 3
Management Plan Development 2018-2019 3
Management Plan Development 2019-2020 3