How do you like to interact with Waskasoo Park? What stories do we need to be telling about the park? What natural and cultural treasures should we share with park visitors and one another?
It’s time for some fresh perspectives. A new Waskasoo Park Interpretive Master Plan is in the works.
Check out the FAQs on the project web page [www.reddeer.ca/waskasooparkplan] then let us know what you think. We want to hear your ideas.
What are some features of Waskasoo Park that are important to you? What do you want to learn more about? What do you know about the park that we can do a better job of sharing with others?
Do you have thoughts on how we can encourage stewardship of the park and our environment?
Kids! – what do you want to explore in the park, in Kerry Wood Nature Centre, at Fort Normandeau, or with our help in your school classes?
Think a bit about the interpretive trails in the park. What cues and prompts and information should we be providing along the way? What exhibits do you want to see in the various Park facilities?
The new Interpretive Master Plan will set out a framework for how the Waskasoo Park stories are told over the next 15-20 years.
Let’s hear your ideas. Watch this space for details on an online survey that will be available in January and plan on attending a preview night for the Interpretive Master Plan on Monday, February 13 (7 pm at Kerry Wood Nature Centre).
(But you don’t have to wait – contact us anytime with your comments and suggestions!)