Sale of Public Lands

The AFGA has had a long-standing policy that supports the retention of the ownership of public lands (Crown Lands) by the people of Alberta. The AFGA has always suggested that these lands serve as useful fish and wildlife habitats and at the same time provide access opportunities for hunters, anglers, bird watchers, conservationists and other recreational users.

Times have changed and will continue to change with public lands becoming more and more in demand.

Position Paper: AFGA Concern for the Sale of Public Lands

Letter: AFGA Concern for the Sale of Public Lands

News Release: Government Trying to Sell Valuable Habitat!

News Release: Government Continues to Get Rid of Public Land

Letter to MLA Re: Land Sale

News Release: Sale of Public Lands Still and Issue

Position Paper: Recreational Access to Public Leased Land