Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in traditional knowledge workshop, December 2005 (Photo: R. Vladars, PWPC)
Richardson's Phlox (Photo: J. Meikle, YTG)
Planning Process

The success of the Peel Watershed Planning Commissionís Regional Land Use Plan will depend on effective, transparent and frequent communication. This communication occurs through a variety of means: public meetings, stakeholder presentations, letters and internet postings. As a public body, the Peel Watershed Planning Commission will take much of its vision and management direction for the planning region from the feedback it receives from the general public, stakeholders and plan partners. This includes consultation for development of land-use management directions and designations as part of its Scenarios Options phase. For technical and policy-oriented support, the Commission relies on Yukon Land Use Planning Council, the Senior Liaison Committee and the Technical Working Group and the specific resources of the planning partners.

The Peel Watershed Planning Commission was formed on October 15th, 2004.

© Peel Watershed Planning Commission 2007