Share and view ideas: Stalwart National Wildlife Area management plan
Current status: Closed
Open for comments from December 20, 2019 to February 17, 2020.
Share your ideas about the Stalwart National Wildlife Area Management plan. Your comments will help to improve the draft document for the final publication.
How to participate
Read the draft Stalwart National Wildlife Area Management Plan and send us your comments.
Send us an E-mail
Submit your ideas or your input to the email address, in contact information.
Participate by mail
Send your ideas or your input to the address in contact information.
National Wildlife Areas (NWAs) are establish to maintain the ecological integrity of habitat for wildlife. Each one is managed in a way to conserve and protect that specific area. The management plan outlines the activities that are allowed, restricted and prohibited in that NWA.
We want your comments, views and ideas about how the Stalwart NWA should be managed.
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Who is the focus of this consultation
All Canadians are invited to participate in this consultation. We especially want to hear from:
- non-governmental environmental organizations
- Canadian citizens accessing the National Wildlife Area
- First nations living nearby this National Wildlife Area
- the scientific community
Environment and Climate Change Canada
Canadian Wildlife Service Ontario Region Protected Areas and Stewardship Unit
4905 Dufferin Street
Toronto ON M3H 5T4
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