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Ministry Change Announcement

Effective May 24, 2015, the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development has been changed to Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP). The forestry function of AEP has moved to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Watch for future changes on our website.

  • Environment Week; hikers looking at mountain vista

    Environment Week

    • As Canada celebrates Environment Week from May 31 to June 6, Albertans are invited to take part and discover new ways we can all work towards a greener future.
  • Green Stops; leaf on hand logo against scene of wildflowers and insects in meadow

    Green Stops

    • Participate in Environment Week in Alberta by taking part in a Green Stop event taking place in a town or city near you!
  • Alberta Emergency Alert; logo standing next to critical and information alert tags

    Local Emergency Updates

    • Visit the Alberta Emergency Alert website and check for the latest wildfire and other emergency alerts that may be taking place in your area.
  • Amphibian monitoring; northern leopard frog sitting on rock

    Amphibian Monitoring in Alberta

    • Watch this video and learn about Alberta’s efforts to monitor and conserve the health of amphibian populations across the province.

2013 Flood Recovery

Programs that respond to the immediate needs of our citizens and stabilize Alberta’s infrastructure and communities.

Bow Habitat Station

Explore and investigate Alberta’s fish, wildlife, water and aquatic ecosystems at Bow Habitat Station!

Climate Change

Alberta is taking action to reduce greenhouse gases and adapt to a changing climate.

Enhanced Approval Process

The Enhanced Approval Process (EAP) is AEP's application process for the issuance of surface land dispositions

Environmental Monitoring

Albertans have high expectations that we excel at both energy production and environmental protection – we can have it both ways.

My Wild Alberta

Information for anglers, hunters and trappers – access Alberta’s hunting & fishing regulations and buy your licences online!


Plan your outdoor adventure! Find Alberta parks and trail reports, reserve campsites, and more!

Public Lands

The Public Lands Administration Regulation (PLAR) allows government to better manage Alberta’s landscape.

Water for Life

Share responsibility for a healthy, secure, sustainable water supply – our quality of life depends on it.

Get in touch

  • Information Centre

    Main Floor, Great West Life Building
    9920 108 Street
    Edmonton AB Canada T5K 2M4

    Hours of Operation
    8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    Toll Free in Alberta: 310-ESRD (3773)
    Fax: 780 427-4407

  • Environmental Emergencies

    Toll Free: 1 800 222-6514

    Report a Wildfire

    Toll Free: 310-FIRE (3473)

    Call toll-free: 310-0000

    After dialing 310-0000, you will have the option to:

    • Dial the number you need
    • Dial "0" for operator assistance
    • Hold for operator assistance