The future of southern Alberta land use

With the release of the draft South Saskatchewan Regional Plan (SSRP) under the Land-use Framework last month, cattle producers

Farm Agriculture Alberta

With the release of the draft South Saskatchewan Regional Plan (SSRP) under the Land-use Framework last month, cattle producers and Albertans have the opportunity to help define the future of land use in southern Alberta. Members of the public will be able to provide feedback on the draft plan by completing an online workbook or attending one of 21 community sessions, beginning November 5 in the Crowsnest Pass and Taber.

The draft plan and details on the public consultation can be found at www.landuse.alberta.ca.