The province is undertaking a review of the Trails Strategy for BC. This project is being led by the Provincial Trails Advisory Body and includes participation from government and non-government organizations.
Trails are important to citizens and communities across the province as mechanisms for rural development, active transportation, reconciliation, economic and tourism development, citizen health and more. In updating this strategy, the province is confirming its commitment to the vision of developing a world-renowned, sustainable network of trails, with opportunities for all, which provides benefits for trails users, communities and the province. This strategy has implications across government and I would encourage you to share this survey link with your stakeholders. https://engage.gov.bc.ca/trailsstrategyreview/
Tennessee Trent – Manager, Trails
Ministry of Forests Lands Natural
Resource Operations and Rural Development
Recreation Sites and Trails BC
4th Floor – 333 Victoria Street