Policy and Guideline Development

LGL professional staff have experience in conducting program audits and in developing procedures, guidelines, and policies relating to:

  • Fish habitat and fisheries management
  • Management of wildlife and wildlife habitat
  • Wildlife control measures at airports and along transportation corridors
  • Aquaculture development
  • Watershed management
  • Natural resource management
  • Environmental assessment methodologies
  • Administrative procedures for First Nations
  • Consultation procedures for First Nations

Some specific examples of this type of work include:

  • Audit of the resource assessment and related research function of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  • Environmental assessment procedures for National Park management plans
  • Procedures to assess the suitability of lakes and ponds for aquaculture in Newfoundland
  • Overview fish habitat assessment procedures for British Columbia
  • Framework for conducting effectiveness evaluations of watershed restoration projects for Forest Renewal British Columbia
  • Manual of airport wildlife control methods for Transport Canada
  • Legislation for the Muskwa-Kechika Special Management Area in British Columbia
  • Methods and manual to protect fish habitat and passage at stream crossings in Newfoundland
  • Spreadsheet-based method to use predicted water quality changes as a lakeshore development planning tool for recreational lakes in Muskoka, Ontario
  • Land and resource consultation procedures for First Nations in British Columbia
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