Our Partners Who Help Us Serve You Better

Gunslinger Vegetation Management Solutions aims to offer the best of services and effective solutions in vegetation management. We are associated with various organizations and keep ourselves updated on the latest trends and methods. Get in touch with us to learn more.

The Alberta Invasive Species Council is a non-profit society that aims at raising awareness among the people in Alberta about how invasive species have a negative impact on our environment, economy, and society. The AISC strives to partner with jurisdictions, agencies and other groups to develop management programs, to help people take action against invasive species.

The Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD), works towards achieving desired environmental outcomes and sustainable development of natural resources in Alberta.

The Professional Vegetation Management Association (PVMA), formerly knowns as the Industrial Vegetation Management Association of Alberta (IVMAA), was formed to increase public awareness on the emerging vegetation management issues. Their aim is to increase their membership base so that they can help infrastructure owners who work with the PVMA associates toward bringing in better vegetation management practices.

The Alberta Weed Act focuses on controlling the invasion of noxious and prohibited weeds. They want to bring awareness to the people in Alberta about the weeds that cause significant economic, social, or ecological risks. The act also defines the roles of individuals, local authorities, and municipalities in weed control.

The Canada Online Weed Info provides you with varied articles about weed management. The write-ups available on the site are about weeds and the latest and most effective ways to help control their growth.

Alberta Association of Agriculture Fieldman has played a crucial part in the success of the Agricultural Service Board. The main role of the association is to develop, implement, and control programs aimed at fulfilling the priorities and policies set by the Agricultural Service Board.

The Health Canada Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) is responsible for pesticide regulation in Canada. They work towards ensuring that there is minimal pesticide risk to people and the environment around.

The Canadian Land Reclamation Association sends its members the latest technical information on land reclamation and rehabilitation through various publication mediums such as newsletters and magazines. Through this, the CLRA aims at helping people make informed decisions for their reclamation projects.

Canadian Energy Pipeline Association works towards building a safe, socially and environmentally sustainable energy transmission pipeline industry for Canadians. Through leadership, and forging interactions between companies, governments, the public and the stakeholders, they aim to continually improve the way pipelines operate.

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