TSW Management Plan – Public Consultations

From the TSW on their 10-year management plan – click here

(Note that CEWF will be responding, and sharing that with members)

"Parks Canada has created this space for you to share your feedback on a new draft management plan for the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site. Your input and suggestions will shape the way we protect and present this special place over the coming years.

From April 4 – June 30, we're asking the public to read our Draft Management Plan and share their feedback.

  • What is a top priority for you as a visitor / resident / business owner?
  • What do you imagine this plan looks like in action?

Your feedback is important to Parks Canada and will go a long way towards shaping the Trent-Severn Waterway and Peterborough Lift Lock National Historic Sites Management Plan for the next 10 years. We appreciate you taking the time to provide your feedback. Please feel free to share this website with others who may have an interest in the Trent-Severn Waterway."

1 thought on “TSW Management Plan – Public Consultations”

  1. Kate on Esson Lake

    Parks Canada was alerted to an impending land breach adjacent to the Esson Lake dam by neighbouring land owners over the last couple of years .
    Nothing was done, This spring, the water breached the land bridge (for lack of a better term). Water poured out of the lake. Despite an attempted fix until full repairs can be made in the fall, water levels on Esson have fallen to mid September levels, a time of year we have traditionally taken in our dock and boat,
    I can’t help but wonder how many other of the reservoir lakes are in this precarious position due to a failure to maintain infrastructure.
    Key Strategy #1 in the draft management plan states
    “Establish the Waterway as a premiere Canadian Recreational destination”
    I would like to suggest that the TSW focus on maintaining core infrastructure before all else. If the organization get can’t the basics, what makes anyone believe they have the capability to become a “premiere” anything.

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