Update December 30, 2009:
Several participants suggested that the wilderness values of Nahanni were important to capture in the vision. The planning team has revised the draft park vision based on the first phase of consultations and a recognition that the initial draft was too long and repetitive.
Original question (posted November 23, 2009):
A vision for Nahanni National Park Reserve is a key element of the management plan. The vision should paint an inspiring picture of the future desired sate of the park. How would you describe the special character of Nahanni? The planning team has developed a draft vision statement. Do you see yourself in this vision? Do you have any suggestions?
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Rob Evans-Toronto-Canada Comment 4
9:18pm, 25 December 2009
Please leave the Nahanni River as a wilderness site. No outboatmotors and only canoes or fafts. There shoud be no daily fly-ins to see Victoria Falls. The name of the falls commes from an American explorer who named it after his daughter. It shoud be changed to a Dene name or after Prem. Trudeu who paddled down the river by canoe and had it made a national park when he got back to Ottawa.