What’s a management plan?
Fort St. James National Historic Site Management Plan Review, Summer 2011© Parks Canada
A management plan is forward-looking document that provides a vision for the national historic site at its future best and the strategies for getting there.
Fort St. James National Historic Site Management Plan Review Newsletter #1, Summer 2011 - Printable Version (PDF - 2,1 Mb)
Fort St. James National Historic Site Management Plan Review Newsletter #2, Winter 2012 (PDF - 290 Kb)
Why review the plan?
Each national historic site managed by Parks Canada has a management plan that is reviewed every five years, with input and involvement from partners, stakeholders and the public, to ensure that the plan remains valid and effective.
The review of the 2002 Fort St. James National Historic Site Management Plan began with an assessment of the State of the Site in 2008, which identified key issues to be addressed in the development of the new plan. The new plan will build on the sound direction and implementation actions of the 2002 plan.
For more information on the management plan review or to add your name to our mailing list for further updates, please contact:
Fort St. James National Historic Site
P.O. Box 1148
Fort St. James, BC
Canada VOJ 1P0
Phone: 250-996-7191 Ext. 21
State of the Site Report
Fort St. James National Historic Site of Canada State of the Site Report - Printable Version (PDF, 1.8 Mb)
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