Fort St. James Land & Resource Management Plan

The Fort St. James Land and Resource Management Plan (LRMP) is a consensus-based plan (established in 1999) that provides policy direction for the management of resources and values in the Fort St. James area.

The Fort St. James LRMP divides a 3.174 million hectare landbase into 36 resource management zones (RMZs) in five categories:

  • Settlement / agriculture
  • Resource development
  • Multi-value
  • Special management
  • Protected

Some of the highlights of the Fort St. James LRMP include: 

  • The establishment of new provincial parks and protected areas
  • Lower risk to caribou, grizzly and fisheries values based on a local vision for how the landbase should be managed

Learn more about sustainable resource management planning in the Fort St. James area.