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Shoreline resource management and Ontario"s provincial parks

Shoreline resource management and Ontario"s provincial parks

proceedings from a workshop held at Presqu"ile Provincial Park, November 13 and 14, 1987

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Published by Heritage Resources Centre, University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water levels -- Great Lakes (North America) -- Congresses.,
  • Coastal zone management -- Great Lakes -- Congresses.,
  • Provincial parks and reserves -- Ontario -- Management -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors: K.G. Cain, R.J. Davidson and J.G. Nelson.
    SeriesOccasional paper -- 8, Occasional paper (Heritage Resources Centre)
    ContributionsNelson, James Gordon., Cain, K. G., Davidson, R. J., Heritage Resources Centre., Ontario. Parks and Recreational Areas Branch.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14768341M
    ISBN 100921245165

    Some Ontario Parks have also expanded permission for picnics and off-leash pets areas. As for the Pinery Provincial Park, not much has changed in terms of permissions, explains Discovery and Resource Management Supervisor Alistair MacKenzie. Ontario's provincial parks provide visitors with unforgettable destinations for nature-based outdoor recreation, as well as other natural and cultural heritage appreciations. MacGregor Point Provincial Park is a natural wonder located along the Lake Huron shoreline just south of Port Elgin.

    The Province requires local governments in BC to complete a 5-year housing needs assessment by April To meet this requirement, qathet Regional District, City of Powell River, and Tla’amin Nation have partnered to complete a Regional Housing Needs Assessment. Best Management Practices for Soft Engineering of Shorelines 1 Summary and Overview The Problem of Single Purpose Shoreline Development Historically, many river shorelines were stabilized and hardened with concrete and steel to protect develop-ments from flooding and erosion, or to accommodate commercial navigation or industry. Typically.

    Permits for Shoreline Work / Crown Land – OVERVIEW December – The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) recently released information regarding projects near water and whether the work will require a permit to be issued. • The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters at () • Local conservation authorities For more information on the preservation and restoration of shorelines, ask for the following publications from MAPLE or your local office of the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Energy or the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.


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Ontario Parks, the Friends of Pinery Park, and the Grand Bend Community Foundation, with support from the RBC Future Launch Community Challenge, have funded a “rolling boardwalks for resilient ecosystems” stewardship project at Pinery for This project aims to install rolling boardwalks throughout Pinery in high-trampling areas.

italics are quoted from the Ontario Provincial Parks Planning and Management Policies "Blue Book". The waterway is located between the City of North Bay and the Town of Mattawa.

South of the river and roughly parallel with it is the Trans Canada Highway 17 (Figure 1). and related activities within the park until such a time as a Park Management Plan is prepared.

The guidelines that have been developed are based upon information contained in the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act (), Ontario Provincial Parks Planning and Management Policies () and Ontario’s Living Legacy.

Resources. Ontario. APPROVAL STATEMENT. Murphys Point Provincial Park is located on the rugged shoreline of Rideau Lake in terrain typical of the Frontenac Axis, a southern extension of the Canadian Shield. The same lakes, streams and wooded ridges that.

governed by the Provincial Parks Act, the Ontario Provincial Parks Policy and Ontario Provincial Parks: Planning and Management Policies (). OBJECTIVES The Ontario Provincial Parks System has four objectives: protection (which is the park system’s primary objective), heritage appreciation, recreation, and tourism.

As a natural. The Fairbank ProvinCial Park Management Plan has been developed in accordance with the recreation class guidelines as set out in the Ontario Provincial Parks Planning and Management Policies () and the Sudbury District Land Use Guidelines.

GOAL The goal of Fairbank Provincial Park is. Today’s post comes from Alistair MacKenzie, our Supervisor of Natural Heritage Education and Resource Management at Pinery Provincial Park.

In a province dominated by the rock of the Canadian Shield, sand is rare. If we combined all of Ontario’s coastal sand dunes together, they would only make up less than % of our province’s land. Ontario Provincial Parks Planning and Management Manual ) IV NATURAL RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP St.

Raphael Provincial Park is located in Hills Site Region 3S (Hills revision map), and in the Upper English Section (B) of the Boreal Forest Region (Rowe ). The. resources that this management plan is being prepared. In the Provincial Parks Act was replaced by the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act (PPCRA).

The PPCRA has two specific principles that guide all aspects of planning and management of Ontario’s system of provincial parks and conservation reserves.

Reservations by Phone. Call Toll Free: ONT-PARK () Outside North America Hours of Operation: days a year (closed Christmas Day and New Years Day). technical, resource management and bibliographies. Occasional Paper 8, SHORELINE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND ONTARIO’S PROVINCIAL PARKS by Ken Cain, Robert Davidson and Gordon Nelson (eds.).67pp.; $ (incl.

postage and handling). Proceedings from a workshop held at Presqu’ile Provincial Park November 13 •Lead weekly Resource Management programming involving the removal of invasive Phragmites or a shoreline clean up Resource Management Technician Ontario Parks.

May – Sep 1 year 5 months. woody debris at Inverhuron Provincial Park with the Senior Park Interpreter of the Natural Heritage Education departmentTitle: Ecosystem Management. Here are five cool things we DO know about Five-lined Skinks, courtesy of Alistair MacKenzie, Resource Management Supervisor at Pinery Provincial Park.

Continue reading 5 cool facts about skinks Posted on August 3, August 4, Author Ontario Parks Categories Ecological Integrity, Nature Knowledge Tags five-lined skinks, reptile. The following documents will guide the Ontario Parks’ park management planning process.

Additions will be made to this list as they arise. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, (). Environmental Assessment in Ontario Provincial Parks: An Interim Field Reference for Staff, Revised Edition.

Corporate Policy and Planning Secretariat. Our “Forever protected” series shares why each and every one belongs in Ontario Parks. In today’s post, Alistair MacKenzie tells us Pinery’s story. Not until I began working for Ontario Parks did I realize that our great system of protected areas is based upon a model of park is different and critical to the success of our protected areas system on the whole.

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Ontario Provincial Parks Planning and Management Policies. Toronto: Parks and Recreational Areas Branch, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Ontario Provincial ParkS Provincial Qperatini Standards.

Publication Number Toronto: Parks and Recreational Areas Branch, Conservation reserves are owned and operated by Ontario Parks. What parks are available.

Visitors can now access trails and some facilities within Island Lake, Upper Credit, Terra Cotta, Silver Creek, Meadowvale, Rattray Marsh and Limehouse Conservation Areas, as well as Ken Whillans Resource Management Area and the Elora Cataract Trailway.

guide the planning and management of Crown lands in central and parts of northern Ontario. A major part of the Ontario's Living Legacy Land Use Strategy was a government intent to establish new protected areas. This commitment marks the biggest expansion of provincial parks and conservation reserves in Ontario's history.

Shoreline resource management and Ontario’s provincial parks: proceedings from a workshop held at Presqu’ile Provincial Park, November/. East Sister Island Provincial Park will be managed in accordance with the policies set out in the Ontario Provincial Parks: Planning and Management Policies for nature reserves.

Resource management initiatives may be accomplished through partnerships and sponsorships. Ontario Parks. 1 year 6 months. Assistant Zone Ecologist Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and Park Superintendents to support research and ensure compliance with the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act.

concerns and conflict surrounding resource management and ecological impacts and land : Resource Management Officer at .A management statement is an interim, document that addresses a limited number of non-complex issues for limited capital infrastructure or resource management projects.

A management statement provides management direction for one or more provincial parks. A management plan is a more substantial undertaking and deals with complex issues and proposals for substantial capital .managing Ontario’s resources on an environmentally sustainable basis.

Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act The Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act (PPCRA) is the legislation that guides the planning and management of the protected areas system.

The PPCRA has two specific principles that guide all.