Wapiti Corridor Planning Society's goal was to create, through an open,
transparent and inclusive process, a multi-use vision, plan, and
recommendations for the Wapiti River Valley from Pipestone Creek to the
Smoky River that accommodates, protects and balances both the current and
future needs of the area and its people.
Wapiti Corridor Society has hosted their Annual General Meeting on
September 14, 2016 at 7:00 pm at the Wapiti Nordic Ski Club Here are the minutes and President’s
overview from that annual general meeting.
are the final versions of the plans that were submitted to the Minister of
Tourism, Parks and Recreation and to the Minister of Environment and
Sustainable Resource Development on Friday December 20th, 2013.
Summary Cover Page
Plan Map Pages
Report Cover Page
the plan has been completed, the Wapiti Corridor Planning Society’s
new mandate is to:
a public annual report that highlights how well each organization is
implementing the Plan’s recommendations.
the Wapiti Corridor Multi-Use Plan every five years to incorporate new
information and realities of the area
the Society’s status to obtain grant funding for specific projects within
the Wapiti Corridor.
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