This document identifies the roles and responsibilities of leaseholders on Crown land.
The Environment and Parks Department uses the Rangeland Health Assessment Protocol to measure the health of Alberta's rangelands. This brochure provides an introduction to how range health is measured, and its application and benefits.
A collection of essays released by independent public policy think tank, the Fraser Institute, that spotlights the successes and limitations of various land management policies from Alberta, Saskatchewan, the United States and Australia. This project was partially funded by AGLA.
A proposal submitted to government in 2009 to reform the rental rates for Alberta grazing leases. It was never implemented.
How much does it cost the leaseholder to operate a grazing lease? This third-party study outlines the in-kind costs of the leaseholder.
Compensation for adverse effects as a result of industrial activity on Crown lands under grazing disposition is determined by the Surface Rights Board. Click on the links below to see actual Surface Rights Board decisions for compensation.