Grazing Rental Zone
The Grazing Rental Zones is comprised of two polygons which determine which zone a grazing disposition (GRL, FGL, GRP) is in. These zones are used to apply the rental rate that grazing leases (GRL), grazing licenses (FGL) and grazing permits (GRP) pay to the government of Alberta for use of public lands. The Public Lands Modernization (Grazing Lease and Obsolete Provisions) Amendment Act came into force January 1, 2020. Under the new rental rate framework (Ministerial Order 01/2020), there are now two grazing rental rate zones based on the transition of the boreal region of the province. The North Saskatchewan River is the dividing line between the south (Zone 1) and north (Zone 2).
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- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Government of Alberta
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Alberta
Data and Resources
Grazing Rental Zone - (HTML)HTMLEnglish dataset HTML
Grazing Rental Zone - (XML)XMLEnglish dataset XML
Grazing Rental Zone FGDB (ZIP) (From Alberta Geodiscorver Portal metadata)otherEnglish dataset other
Alberta GeoportalHTMLEnglish dataset HTML
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