photo by:

John Meikle / KDFN

photo by:

Sue Greetham

photo by:

John Meikle / KDFN

photo by:

John Meikle / KDFN

photo by:

Kim Hardy

photo by:

Bruce Barrett

Tuesday
Nov182014

Public Open House postponed

The Public Open House will be postponed due to the loss in the community. We are re-scheduling it to December 3rd, same time and location.

Monday
Nov102014

Public Open House – Final Draft Presentation!

When: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 from 6:30 to 9 pm
Where: Marsh Lake Community Centre in Judas Creek

Please join us for an open house to review the Final Draft Plan (summary) land use concept map. We have incorporated the survey results, latest data, and further review comments from Kwanlin Dün First Nation and other government departments. Light refreshments will be served. Download the comment sheet here.
 
The full plan document is available here: Draft LAP
Map 1  Existing Land Use
Map 2  Leading Tree Species
Map 3  Wetlands and Watersheds
Map 4  Carcross Caribou Herd Winter Habitat
Map 5  Wildlife Key Areas – Waterfowls & Raptors
Map 6  Cultural & Heritage Resources
Map 7  Resource Potential
Map 8  Growth Strategy
Map 9  Land Use Designations: Detail, Overall
 
If you cannot make it on 19th, we will leave the draft maps until Friday, November 21, so you can take a look when you come to the Community Dinner. Tomoko Hagio from the Land Planning Branch will be at the community hall to answer any questions, too. We look forward to seeing you there on 19th or 21st!

Monday
Jan282013

Survey Results Now Available

The highlights of the survey result can now be downloaded here. Thank you again for taking the time to participate and giving us your input.

Wednesday
Jan162013

Upcoming Summary & Draft Plan

Thank you to all of you who participated in the survey on the Draft Land Use Concept and policy highlights that ran from October 31st-December 5th, 2012. We have compiled the survey results and will post the summary within the next couple of weeks.
 
We are now doing a final review of all of the technical information and public input in order to finish a Draft Plan. We will let you know (newsletter, email, website update, etc.) when the Draft Plan is ready. There will be a public meeting for everyone to attend. Stay tuned!

Monday
Dec172012

The 5th newsletter is out!

This newsletter focuses on the history of Kwanlin Dun First Nation’s connection to the Marsh Lake area.You can download it here.

Here's a Yukon News article about the planning process!