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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 5:22 pm 
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Location: SYLVAN LAKE AB.
The government has just started working on the regional plan for the North Saskatchewan Region. The region is located in central Alberta – it includes Edmonton and surrounding area from the Saskatchewan border at Lloydminster to the east, to Banff National Park to the west, and all along the David Thompson Highway through Rocky Mountain House and Nordegg. Regional plans focus on the biggest land and resource concerns in the region and will plan for future activities with a 50 year horizon. This region is home to some great off highway and recreation areas, so we need to provide our input about its future.

Consultation on the Terms of Reference for the North Saskatchewan Plan starts tomorrow in Rocky Mountain House. Providing input now means that the government hears us and knows what we want for the region before it starts drafting the plan this fall. Public consultation sessions are scheduled from May 27 through June 26 (see attached picture for all the dates and locations).

From May 27 through June 26, there will be 21 community sessions. There are daytime stakeholder workshops in each community from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm (RSVP for the workshops to nsrp@stantec.com or call 780-917-8544). There are also evening public information sessions that are open to everyone from 4:30 – 7:30 pm (no RSVP is required for the open information sessions). You should also fill out the online workbook and send it to the Land Use Secretariat at LUF@gov.ab.ca, or print and submit the workbook to any local Government of Alberta office (submission deadline is July 31, 2014).

For more information, go to the Land-use Framework website: https://landuse.alberta.ca
Info on the regional plan is here: https://landuse.alberta.ca/RegionalP...s/default.aspx
Info on the consultation is here: https://landuse.alberta.ca/NEWSROOM/...ultations.aspx


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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 6:02 pm 
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Spread the word as much as possible and try to attend folks. This is more important than you may realize. We could easily lose a ton of trails in the blink of an eye.


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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 10:35 pm 
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To anyone who is planing on attending, don't go in blind. I learned from the couple that I went to for the ssrp, that you need to know the issues and how we can all work together to make it sustainable for every one.. Remember, the government doesn't want to close plublic acess to crown land.


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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 10:42 pm 
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The 5E's Management Framework
The 5E's is a framework for managing recreation on public land. It ensures that a balanced approach with a variety of elements from each of the 5E's are implemented to ensure the goals of the SSRP are ultimately achieved.
The 5E's have been borrowed from the 4E's used by the National Off Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) who have successfully used this framework to manage recreation on public land.
 
The 5E's
Experience – Master trail planning that incorporates ecological, social and trail sustainability while providing the Experience Albertan's desire.
Engineering – Budget and Implementation capability to create sustainable trails, not just re-use unsustainable existing linear disturbances.
Education – Ensure users know what to expect, what to do, and their responsibilities on the trails.
Enforcement – Use enforcement to ensure user compliance with the plan.
Evaluation – Continuously improve the plan.

http://trails4tomorrow.ca/index.html


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