About this website
This website is focused on providing information for effective environmental planning. Environmental knowledge is fundamental to identifying current and future risks and opportunities that should be addresed in a regional plan.
This site acts as a hub to connect to the various resources of the Government of Alberta, the North Sasktachewan Watershed Alliance, air monitoring groups in the region, the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute, as well as various academic and supporting resources relevant to the region.
The Environmental Law Centre, with the support of EPCOR and the Edmonton Community
Foundation, would like you to use the website to inform your particpation in the regional planning consulations in the North Saskatchewan region.
A regional plan for the future.
What will our environment look like 10, 20, 50 years into the future? A clear and focused regional plan can guide how we develop and manage our environmental impact now and into the future.
Information and Resources
Astotin Lake, Elk Island National Park. Jason Unger