5 edition of Foy Provincial Park management plan. found in the catalog.
MNR 3513--T.p. verso.Bibliography: p. 12.
|Statement||Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources|
|Publishers||Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|2||Park management planning series|
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1 - New Water Structures, and Relocations, Replacements, or Expansions of Existing Water Structures• Support the improvement of ecological connections extending beyond the park by:• Management Area Concept 5 — A Tranquil Escape from the City Northeast lands Intended Future Condition With its natural river valleys, rich biodiversity, and pastoral medley of farmland, wetlands and woodlots, this management area provides an experience like none other in the park.
The condition ratings of priority cultural resources are maintained or improved. " First Nations partner "A big part of ecological integrity is having people understand the concept of healthy ecosystems, whole intact ecosystems. A Growing Park Old Finch Avenue north through the Northwest lands• be painted, sided, roofed, shingled, etc. Showcase the natural, cultural and agricultural attributes of the park, and link to programming opportunities.
strengthening ecological and trail connections with adjacent natural areas and green spaces in communities such as Beare Hill Park and Morningside Creek in Toronto, and the Goodwood Resource Management Tract in Uxbridge; and• ensure municipal upgrades to Reesor Road through Cornell Centre and along the park boundary complement rural segments of this road to the north and south, provide a clear boundary between urban areas and the park, and provide for walking and cycling connections into the park.
Sleep cabins are typically supplemental to a cottage. Create opportunities with Indigenous partners to share knowledge, expertise and practices relating to Indigenous history, traditions and culture.
Markham gateway: Along Highway 7; the primary welcome area serving the northern part of the park and part of a gateway to Markham.
In no instance will the Ministry authorize a water setback that is less than 15 metres.
Kesagami Provincial Park Wilderness, 559.
Support limited residential infill and other visitor-related activities and services in Cedar Grove and Locust Hill hamlets, where appropriate.
Coordinate trail planning, design, construction and operation with park lessees and natural and cultural resource management.
Meaningful relationships are built that encourage Indigenous partners to help develop, participate in and meaningfully contribute to park initiatives.