SLIPP All-Committee Meeting: Recreation Management Update 12-April-2012

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SLIPP All-Committee Meeting: Recreation Management Update 12-April-2012

  1. 1. Shuswap LakeIntegrated PlanningProcess (SLIPP) 
All-Committee Meeting
Recreation ManagementPlan UpdateSydney JohnsenApril 12, 2012Quaaout Lodge
  2. 2. SLIPP Recreation Management Plan ScopeScope§  Water based – focus primarily on lakes and up tributaries where significant activities take place.§  Area – Shuswap, Little Shuswap, Mara and Adams lakes (linkages with NORD Sustainability Plan)§  Framework will evaluate economic, environmental and social dimensions of recreationDeliverables:§  Current State Analysis of Recreation in the Shuswap Report§  Recreation Management Plan§  Consultation and outreach with SC, PAC, TT and public2
  3. 3. Proposed Project PlanPHASE I - Complete Situational Analysis A.  Compile & Review Secondary Information i.  Complete Draft of Situational Analysis Report ii.  Identify and map known geo-referenced recreational assets iii.  Review best lake based recreation management practices B.  Complete Gap Analysis C.  Undertake Primary Research i.  Complete mapping ii.  Confirm recreational use issues; identify community values iii.  Identify current recreational use patterns during high season D.  Present Findings to SLIPP Steering Committee (SC), Public Advisory Committees (PACs), and Technical Teams (TTs)3
  4. 4. Proposed Project PlanPHASE II - Prepare Recreation Management Plan (RMP) A.  Prepare Preliminary RMP B.  Review Preliminary RMP with SC, PAC & TT C.  Revise Draft and Prepare Final RMP4
  5. 5. Situational AnalysisWhat we know now5
  6. 6. Recreational Users6
  7. 7. Motorized & Non-motorized Recreational Activities Boating Rafting Kayaking Bird Watching Canoeing Fishing Swimming Seadoos Camping Houseboating7
  8. 8. Current Situation Environmental8
  9. 9. Current Situation Environmental Economic9
  10. 10. Current Situation Environmental Economic Social10
  11. 11. Recreation Optimization Management Model (Draft) Boating Rafting Kayaking Bird Environmental Watching Canoeing Economic Social Fishing Swimming Seadoos Camping Houseboating11
  12. 12. Recreation Management Issues§  Recreational conflicts in high use areas §  Water quality§  Lake Access §  Safety§  Noise §  Health§  Waste management §  C & E§  Infrastructure §  Cultural resource protection§  Habitat destruction12

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