Number of Hunters and Anglers, Alberta

Number of Hunters and Anglers, Alberta This Alberta Official Statistic describes how Alberta Environment and Parks tracks participation and encourages hunting and fishing because these activities promote responsible stewardship of Alberta's natural resources and provide economic, environmental and social benefits for Albertans. Hunting and fishing are an important part of Alberta's social, cultural and economic heritage. Continued participation in these activities help sustain respect and appreciation for Alberta's natural habitats. Hunters and anglers provide important input and support to fish and wildlife management activities. Hunting and fishing contribute to the economy. The Hunting for Tomorrow Foundation's report, “The Economic Benefits of Hunting and Fishing Activities in Alberta in 2008”, estimated that $800 million was spent by hunters, anglers and related conservation organizations in 2008. Hunting and fishing are a strong part of Alberta’s heritage that has been passed on through generations. Hunters and anglers are a responsible group of individuals who play a critical role in stewardship of Alberta’s land, water, fish, and wildlife resources. Through their stewardship activities, hunters and anglers help protect Alberta’s natural resources, and ensure that new hunters develop the same respect and appreciation for the wilderness. Measuring the number of hunters and anglers annually will monitor the capacity of these custodians to help steward Alberta’s wildlife and environment. Participation in Alberta’s hunting and fishing traditions will help preserve Alberta's natural resources for future generations. 2024-03-13 Government of Alberta osi.support@gov.ab.ca Arts, Music, LiteratureNature and EnvironmentSociety and CultureAOSAlberta Official StatisticsAnglersHunters Alberta Official Statistic VisualizationPDF https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/592fb01c-a22f-4540-9fba-99730dbc4a46/resource/043730f4-de69-403b-9a0b-f7501e0a34b6/download/0820201579numberofhuntersandanglersonepage.pdf CSVCSV https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/592fb01c-a22f-4540-9fba-99730dbc4a46/resource/9d6184c6-031c-459a-918d-8e90d3752748/download/goanumberofhuntersandanglerscsvv2.02015-08-10.csv Original metadata (https://open.alberta.ca/opendata)HTML https://open.alberta.ca/opendata/592fb01c-a22f-4540-9fba-99730dbc4a46

This Alberta Official Statistic describes how Alberta Environment and Parks tracks participation and encourages hunting and fishing because these activities promote responsible stewardship of Alberta's natural resources and provide economic, environmental and social benefits for Albertans. Hunting and fishing are an important part of Alberta's social, cultural and economic heritage. Continued participation in these activities help sustain respect and appreciation for Alberta's natural habitats. Hunters and anglers provide important input and support to fish and wildlife management activities. Hunting and fishing contribute to the economy. The Hunting for Tomorrow Foundation's report, “The Economic Benefits of Hunting and Fishing Activities in Alberta in 2008”, estimated that $800 million was spent by hunters, anglers and related conservation organizations in 2008. Hunting and fishing are a strong part of Alberta’s heritage that has been passed on through generations. Hunters and anglers are a responsible group of individuals who play a critical role in stewardship of Alberta’s land, water, fish, and wildlife resources. Through their stewardship activities, hunters and anglers help protect Alberta’s natural resources, and ensure that new hunters develop the same respect and appreciation for the wilderness. Measuring the number of hunters and anglers annually will monitor the capacity of these custodians to help steward Alberta’s wildlife and environment. Participation in Alberta’s hunting and fishing traditions will help preserve Alberta's natural resources for future generations.

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