Crawford Creek (Bay) Regional Park Biophysical Study

Click here to view the Final Crawford Bay (Creek) Regional Park Biophysical Assessment

The Regional District manages Crawford Bay (Creek) Regional Park to provide passive recreation opportunities as well as to conserve lands for all species protecting biodiversity of the sensitive ecosystems in the park. In order to properly plan the future of the park an inventory of biotic and abiotic features was studied in order to determine what is there. The purpose for this biophysical inventory is to provide a baseline of information that can be used to aid in the production of park plans and to better manage projects in the park in a more sustainable manner.

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