Nature Land Alberta

(NLA)

The properties

are situated along the north side of Twp. Rd. 504, west of Range Road 15, within Leduc County, Alberta.44 Acres of steep changes in elevation creates an exciting turain perfect for Nature Lovers, Hikers & Horseback riders. In 2012 the county of Leduc approved a plot plan for a Horse Staging center giving the property a new zoning of commercial.

Horse Staging Area



“Nature Land Super Land"

What an unbelievable potential for a “Nature Land Super Land" Property value is undetermined due to the massive opportunity that can unfold as a resort for Nature Lovers!   north of the Town of Thorsby and the community of Telfordville. Leduc County. Immediately adjacent to the east and north of the properties is approximately 800 acres of Crown Land in a 'raw' state.


ATTRIBUTES:

· Road paved from property to Pigeon Lake, north shore, Mission Beach.
· 3 acres are newly fenced and gated. New county road upgrade just completed.
· New road entrance built to county standards. Graveled and Gated.
· Legal access to North Saskatchewan River via 66’ right of way.
· Adjacent to over 1200 acres of crown land, in purple.
· Next to a 147 acre Nature Conservancy of Canada reserve.
· Access to 3 large and significant North Saskatchewan River islands.
· Natural grassland and Boreal Forest.
· Access to over 8 kilometres of horse trails and skiing trails.
· Natural gas line on the property.
· Phone line on property.
· Power line adjacent to property.
· 40 ACRE GRAZING LEASE available on adjacent land, fenced with water.


"Hero of the Planet"

Time magazine named 62-year-old Brian Staszenski a "Hero of the Planet", in its April 19, 2000, Canadian edition, for his tireless efforts to fight human industry in Alberta, Canada. He is co-chair of the Strawberry Landowners Group in the County of Leduc. He was one of the founding members of the Alberta Environmental Network, the Canadian Environmental Network, the Alberta Round Table on the Environment and Economy, the Clean Air Strategic Alliance, and the Emerald Awards for Environmental Excellence. For six years, he was president of the Alberta Wilderness Association.