The Environment ministry has launched an online survey for public input in the administration of Saskatchewan crown resource lands.
The resource lands are mainly in central and northern Saskatchewan and cover recreation cabins, mine sites, gravel pits and wild rice, which generate five million dollars in annual revenue.
Brant Kirychuk is the executive director of the wildlife and lands branch.
He says it’s important now to reduce red tape.
“Every ten year, we have a good look at our regulations,” Kirychuk said. “Sometimes, these regulations have been changed substantially. So we want to get public input on crown resource land – a vast majority which is in the northern part of the province.”
The crown resource land and wild rice online survey is available until the end of the month.