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The Highway 40 North Demonstration Project

This project demonstrates the application of the full range of NRV concepts.

This project tested to what degree it was possible to create a fully integrated disturbance plan based on natural patterns. Can we create a collaborative disturbance plan for the collective activities of all partners?

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Caribou response to natural-pattern disturbance plan

FRIAA project report from Healthy Landscapes program

Hwy 40 N Demo Update #22: What did we learn about participatory integration?

Highway 40 North Demonstration Project Update on the degree to which the planning participants worked together successfully as a team.

Hwy 40 N Demo Update #21: What did we learn about procedural integration?

Highway 40 North Demo Project Update on attempted development of a plan that aligns with the requirements and procedures of all involved agencies.

Hwy 40 N Demo Update #20: Is caribou monitoring still a priority?

Highway 40 North Demonstration Project Update on new collaborations and expansions on caribou research relating to the Hwy40 project.

Using Natural Patterns as the Foundation for Operational Planning Part 2: What did we learn?

Alberta Foothills Disturbance Ecology Demonstration Series Report No. 2 on what was learned through the planning process for the Hwy40 Demo project.

David Andison

Program Lead

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