Alberta Invasive Species Council
The Alberta Invasive Species Council provides information on all invasive species in Alberta, including both aquatic and terrestrial. They provide educational material and resources for combating invasive species in the province.
Alberta Environment and Parks
Alberta Environment and Parks provides information on invasive species concerns in Alberta, as well as provincial and federal regulations surrounding introduced species. They outline initiatives to combat the spread of invasive species, such as Clean, Drain, Dry (Your Boat), and Don't Let it Loose. The Alberta Environment and Parks website also contains the latest news on Whirling Disease in Alberta.
Alberta Water Council - Aquatic Invasive Species Report
The Alberta Water Council (AWC) established the Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Project Team to identify gaps and opportunities to improve awareness, communication and coordination of activities by stakeholders in Alberta that are working to prevent and manage threats of AIS. The AIS Project Team's report, completed in 2016, provides seven broad recommendations on public awareness, long-term management, monitoring, inspections, and enforcement support. The complete report can be viewed on the AWC website.
albertaaquaticinvasives.ca is a collaborative project supported by the Edmonton Trout Fishing Club and Alberta Environment and Parks.