Land Use Planning in the Deh Cho territory. Agenda. INTRODUCTION WHAT IS LAND USE PLANNING? UPDATE ON DCLUPC ACTIVITIES & PROGRESS INPUT DATA (INFORMATION USED TO CREATE LAND USE OPTIONS) LAND USE OPTIONS + ECONOMIC MODEL COMMUNITY VISION AND LAND USE PRIORITIES
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Potential Land Uses
(Staff & Committee)
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Zones (Planning & Management)
Businesses, Associations, non- governmental organizations
“Yamoria came to the homeland of the Deh Cho Dene with laws from the Creator. These laws were given to the Dene to live by. The most important law was respect for Creation – Mother Earth. We were put here by the Creator to take care of Mother Earth. The foundation of our Deh Cho government and Mother Earth is Nahe Nahodhe. Nahe Nahodhe is who we are and where we came from. We stand firm behind this belief.”
Accepted by the Elders and Youth at the Deh Cho Land Use Planning Committee’s Dene Nahodhe Workshop in Fort Providence on April 1, 2004.
Traditional Land Use and Occupancy
Archeology, Rare Features, Historic Sites and Cabins
Wildlife Habitat Value
Conservation Value is determined by distance from these important sites
Oil and Gas Potential
Backcountry Adventurei.e. Guided canoe trip down the South Nahanni River through the Nahanni National Park Reserve
“Rubber Tire” Adventure, Driving the Deh Cho travel Connection (Loop along Mackenzie & Liard Highways from Northern BC and Northern Alberta).
Sport Hunting or Fishing, i.e. Hunting Dall’s Sheep in the Mackenzie Mountains.
CATEGORIZE DATA (Product, Service or Natural Attraction PSN) (Existing and Potential Tourism)
RANK TOURISM POTENTIAL
1 2 3 4 5
Land Use Planning
5 years in parallel
Interim Land Withdrawals
Economic Assessment Model: generates direct, indirect and induced estimates reflecting the level of development in 5 key sectors for the following:
Inward migration / fly-in workers
Development / Capital Works
Gross Domestic Product
Total Disturbed Area
Significant and Environmental Features
Total Corridor Density
Stream Crossing Density
Significant Cultural Features
Area and Revenue by Sector
Visual QualityIndicators and Thresholds 2
Core Area 30%
100 sq km
60 km roads, trails, seismic = Density 0.6 km / square km
100 sq km
Density = 0.02
Oil & Gas