Central and North Coast EBM Implementation


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Following the fulfillment of the Coast Land Use Decision commitment to “fully establish an EBM system for the Central and North Coast area by March 31, 2009”, April 1, 2009 marks the beginning of a new phase of Government –to-Government implementation of EBM on the Central and North Coast. The focus of implementation has shifted to developing strategies to improve human well-being and a strategic landscape reserve design, designating Grizzly Bear no-hunting areas, concluding conservancy management planning, and improving Land Use Objectives with results from an adaptive management program.

Ecosystem-based management (EBM) as defined in the Land Use agreements between the Province and First Nations is “…an adaptive, systematic approach to managing human activities that seeks to ensure the co-existence of healthy, fully functioning ecosystems and human communities”


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