Wapusk News 2012
Maintaining a Remote Wildlife Research Camp in Wapusk National Park
Within Wapusk National Park, scientific research plays an important part in protecting the park’s ecological integrity. There are four small isolated field camps in the park that support research and monitoring activities. Researchers spend weeks and even months at these remote camps, so the facilities must be completely self-contained. » Maintaining a Remote Wildlife Research Camp in Wapusk National Park
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The Wapusk National Park Management Board was established in 1996 to consider matters relating to the planning, management and operation of the park, and to make recommendations on these matters to Canada’s Environment Minister and Minister responsible for Parks Canada. The ten member board is made up of representatives of Government of Canada; Province of Manitoba; Town of Churchill; Fox Lake Cree Nation; and York Factory First Nation. The work of the Board reflects the philosophy, expressed in the Wapusk Park Establishment Agreement, that people are Keepers of the Land.