State of the park report, 2010, Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada: R64-396/2010E-PDF
"The State of the Park Report for Bruce Peninsula National Park provides an overview of the condition of natural and cultural resources, visitor experience elements, public outreach education activities and stakeholder and partner initiatives. This report is the foundation for the management planning process for the park as it draws attention to issues that need to be considered during the plan review and development. The ‘State of’ report signals the need for any adjustments that may be required in order for the park to achieve its mandate for heritage resource protection, facilitating visitor experience and promoting public appreciation and understanding. The report begins with a brief overview of the important relationship between the First Nations communities and the park. The Saugeen Objibway Nations include the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation and the Chippewas of Saugeen First Nation. Both communities have an historic relationship to the “Saugeen Peninsula”. Currently, there is a renewed interest between Parks Canada and the Saugeen Ojibway Nations to work together in the park management planning process"--Exec. summary, p. i.
|Title||State of the park report, 2010, Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Cover title. Also published in French under title: Rapport sur l'état du parc 2010, Parc national du Canada de la Péninsule-Bruce.|
|Number of Pages||38 p. :|
|Subject Terms||National parks, Management|
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