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The Stony 800 Integrated Planning Healthy Landscapes Demonstration

This demonstration project shows how an understanding of natural patterns can help guide land use planning.

The Stony 800 is an area in northeastern Alberta—a landscape in which the energy sector is particularly active. This makes it an excellent location to test ecosystem based management principles for reducing negative cumulative effects.

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Report on Healthy Landscapes Program project related to land use planning

A Natural Pattern Based Planning Process

Report from Healthy Landscapes Program project on land use planning in Kananaskis.

David Andison

Program Lead

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