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Your Input is Needed on Provincial Park Improvement Priorities.

As part of its commitment to improve the quality and sustainability of provincial parks the Manitoba government is inviting citizens to share their opinions about needed improvements and priority areas in an online survey. Conservation Minister Sarah Guillemard explained the government has created a 20 million dollar Provincial Parks Endowment Fund to support projects.  Priority categories include  development and maintenance of trails, boardwalks and associated infrastructure, public use facilities such as shelters, day use sites, playground equipment, docks and launches, park road maintenance and campground enhancements.

             

The engagement plan seeks input from all provincial park visitors and users including day use visitors, overnight campers, cottagers and commercial businesses operating within provincial parks.  The public will have the opportunity to provide suggestions on specific park projects they would like to see funded and the province plans to host annual meetings with park stakeholders.

             

The public engagement questionnaire is available at https://engagemb.ca.

 

 

 

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