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LUF Knowledge Network 


 

The Land-use Framework identified the need for a network of subject matter experts from a variety of disciplines within academia, industry, municipalities, government and other organizations to collectively share their knowledge in order to begin to solve some of the more complex resource management problems facing Albertans today. 

 

In response to this need, the Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network was launched in June 2011. The network connects researchers, scientists, policy-makers, planners, practitioners and organizations to leading-edge land-use ideas, information and expertise to support their land-use planning, practices and decision-making. 

 

 

About the Knowledge Network

 

A land-use knowledge system that contributes to effective land-use planning, analysis and decision-making in Alberta. Watch the video about moving knowledge into practice.

 

Network Participants 

 

This network connects researchers, practitioners, institutions and programs to address strategic needs and priorities for the Land-use Framework.

 

Knowledge Network Events 

 

Watch videos from land-use conferences and workshops recently attended, on topics ranging from urban agriculture to woodland caribou. Use Flipboard on your Apple or Android device to stay on top of Knowledge Network news and events. 

 

 

Participating in the Network

 

Join the community and receive real-time updates on land-use news, events and resources. Areas of interest include nature and biodiversity, people and community, industry and economy, and government and monitoring.

 

 

   

  - Based on excerpts from the LUF Knowledge Network (2012) -