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Cootes Paradise Plan

Management Plan for Cootes Paradise Heritage Lands

Management Plans for theCootes Paradise Heritage Lands have been developed in order to provide a cohesive and holistic management framework for the partner-owned properties. Community and stakeholder engagement was an important aspect of this plan development and implementation. The final Management Plan for the Cootes Paradise Heritage Lands (January, 2017) is included below. Drafts of the Management Plans were reviewed by a Steering Committee, Stakeholder Advisory Committee and by members of the public who provided feedback at two public meetings. Thank you to all those who volunteered their time to provide feedback on this plan.

Read the Cootes Paradise Heritage Lands Management Plan:

Cootes Paradise Heritage Lands Management Plan C2 E E S Cootes Management Plan F I N A L

Cootes Paradise  Heritage Lands Inventory, Opportunities and Issues Report

Below you will find the Inventory, Opportunities and Issues final report for the Cootes Paradise Heritage Lands (May, 2018). This report provides a thorough inventory of the natural heritage, recreational and cultural resources of the partner-owned lands, and identifies their respective management issues. A nother report provides land classification and zoning and present management recommendations.

This report was reviewed by the Steering Committee and Stakeholder Advisory Committee for the Cootes Paradise and Borer's Falls Rock - Chapel Heritage Lands Management Plans. Feedback was also provided from the public.

Read the Cootes Paradise  Heritage Lands Inventory, Opportunities, and Issues Report:

Cootes Pardise Heritage Lands Inventory, Issues, and Opportunities Report Web Cootes Paradise Inventory Issues And Opportunities Report

Additional Material

Cootes Paradise / Borer's Falls - Rock Chapel Heritage Lands Project Charter 2017 01 26 C2 E B F R C C P Project Charter Final Updated Sept 8, 2017
Cootes Paradise Land Classification and Zoning Report Web Cootes Paradise Inventory Issues And Opportunities Report

For more information please contact Tomasz Wiercioch, Coordinator, at 905-527-1158 x225 or twiercioch@rbg.ca.

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