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Riding Mountain National Park is developing a new ten-year management plan.

A management plan is prepared in consultation with Canadians. The plan is the main public accountability document for national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas. It is the road map that guides Parks Canada’s work to protect natural and cultural resources, to facilitate visitor experiences and learning opportunities, and to collaborate with other organizations and Indigenous partners on common interests.

The plan sets out a long-term vision for a site, as well as strategic direction to guide decision-making by site managers. Management plans also help Parks Canada make sound decisions about where to invest financial and human resources.

We will soon be adding more information and updates including our official launch.

Interested in sharing your ideas, learning more or receiving updates?

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Riding Mountain National Park
PO Box 299
Onanole, MB  R0J 1N0
Canada 

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