100 Mile House Sustainable Resource Management Plan
The 100 Mile House SRMP addresses CCLUP strategies and targets on an area-specific basis and provides detailed objectives and strategies for the management of natural resources and the maintenance of environmental values. It was endorsed by government and resource stakeholders in 2006 and remains as non-legal guidance.
A key part of implementing the Cariboo-Chilcotin Land Use Plan (CCLUP) was the completion of the 100 Mile House SRMP along with six other sustainable resource management plans (SRMPs) covering the entire Cariboo-Chilcotin region. Elements of the sustainable resource management plans were incorporated into the regional Land Use Order declared in 2010.
Legal direction for some elements of the 100 Mile House SRMP were incorporated in the land use objectives for Cariboo-Chilcoltin.
Appendix A Maps
- Map 1: CCLUP Timber Harvesting Access Levels (PDF)
- Map 2: Resource Development Zones and Protected Areas (PDF)
- Map 3: Grizzly Habitat Capability (PDF)
- Map 4: Landscape Units (PDF)
- Map 5: Old Growth Management Areas (PDF)
- Map 6: Ungulate Winter Range (PDF)
- Map 7: Key Wetlands for Moose (PDF)
- Map 8: Critical Fish Habitat and Stream Classification (PDF)
- Map 9: Back Country (PDF)
- Map 10: Visual Resource Management Areas (PDF)
- Map 11: Mineral Access and Tenures (PDF)
- Map 12: Existing Access (PDF)