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Conservation Area Management Plans

CLOCA is currently in the process of developing management plans for all of its conservation lands. The general goals for all conservation area management plans are:

  1. To identify, protect and enhance the current and potential natural heritage features, attributes, functions and linkages of the area
  2. To provide the public with enjoyable and educational opportunities that are complementary to the natural heritage protection goals
  3. To promote the cultural and heritage significance of the area.
Conservation Area Management Plans
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A conservation area management plan outlines the existing conditions within a property (i.e. what is currently there, who uses the property etc.), a long-term concept plan for the area (i.e. what does one expect to see going on in the area in twenty years time) and a management strategy (i.e. what management activities need to take place now and in the future in order to achieve the long-term concept plan). Conservation area management plans are working documents that are intended to help guide CLOCA staff in the management of both the natural resources and the public uses that occur within the area.

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