The Forest Resource Association of Alberta commemorates Ty Lund
Tyrone Orville Lund (March 31, 1938 – February 28, 2021) was first elected as a Member of the Alberta Legislature in 1989, completing his final term in 2012. He held an impressive six terms representing the Rocky Mountain House constituency. Among the many positions he fulfilled throughout his service career, the most significant for the inception of FRIAA was during his time as the Minister of Environmental Protection. Click to read more...
FRIAA serves the people of Alberta and is accountable to the Minister responsible for Forestry. Over nearly two decades, FRIAA has helped Alberta continue to develop world-class forest management practices and a sophisticated understanding of the relationships between things like human activity, forest resources, species at risk, and wildfire.
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CARIBOU HABITAT RECOVERY PROGRAM
The Caribou Habitat Recovery Program (CHRP) supports Alberta Environment and Parks’ efforts to sustain and improve caribou habitat in a way that supports healthy and self-sustaining caribou populations.
Enhanced Reforestation of Legacy Disturbance
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MOUNTAIN PINE BEETLE FOREST REHABILITATION PROGRAM
MOUNTAIN PINE BEETLE PROGRAM
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The Wildfire Reclamation Program (WRP) helps to re-establish forest cover damaged and destroyed by wildfire on areas that already underwent, or were in the process of undergoing, reforestation.