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THUNDER BAY GREEN SPACES

REGIONAL GREEN SPACES

GEOLOGICAL OVERVIEW

FORESTS OF NW ONTARIO

GLOSSARIES AND EXPLANATIONS

   
Contacts and Acknowledgements
Green Spaces of Northwestern Ontario


Friends Of The Forest

The Regional Green Spaces Guide was initiated by the Friends of the Forest/Les Ami(e)s des Forets, a not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to unite people concerned with the loss of forests around the world. We strive to preserve and restore forests without sacrificing the integrity of forest users.

Correspondence, Inquiries, Membership ($10):

Friends of the Forest/Les Ami(e)s des Forets
Box 2093
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada P7B 5E7

Eco Superior

Eco Superior's vision for Thunder Bay is of a healthy and aesthetically pleasing community in ecological balance, where the air, water and soil are clean. Our community will be economically and environmentally sustainable. We will carry out our responsibilty of stewardship with respect, creativity and innovation to ensure quality of all life, now and for the generations to come. For more information, call (807) 624-2140.

Lakehead Region Conservation Authority

Detailed information about conservation areas, including copies of "A Guide to Thunder Bay's Recreational Trails" and "Watershed Adventures: A Natural History Guide to Lakehead Regional Conservation Areas & Lands" can be obtained by visiting the LRCA office at 130 Conservation Road (near the intersection of Oliver and Golf Links Roads in Thunder Bay), by writing Box 3476, Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7B 5J9 or by calling (807) 344-5857.
www.lakeheadca.com

Ministry Of Natural Resources

Provincial parks, conservation reserves, nature reserves and ANSIs are managed by the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR).

General enquiries about parks can be directed to the Thunder Bay District Office:

Ontario Parks
435 James Street South
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 6S8
Telephone (807) 475-1321

Use the telephone numbers provided in the Guide for information about campsite availability, program information and hours of operation at individual parks.

For more information about ANSIs, contact:

Thunder Bay District Office
435 James Street South
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 6S8
Telephone (807) 475-1471

Additional Resources

Thunder Bay Hiking Association Trail Guide: An excellent pocket-sized guide that provides access information and trail maps. Available from Chaltrek Camping and Geological Supply (538-10th Ave.), Take A Hike (516 Victoria Ave. E.) or from the Association (Box 952, Thunder Bay, ON, P7C 4X8).

Acknowledgements

Ontario Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Recreation (Environmental Youth Corps) - Eco Superior - Tourism Thunder Bay - W. Carmean - L. Clayton - G. Davies - K. Deacon - G. Devisscher - K. Halford - S. Hamilton - M. Jones - A. Lavoie- L. Lavoie - J. Mason - B.A.M. Phillips - S. Pintar - W. Robinson - B. Ross - J.T. Teller - G. Thibideau - L.H. Thorleifson - G. Whiteley - R. Lee Kam - Ministry of Natural Resources - Lakehead Region Conservation Authority


"Conserve Today For a Better Tomorrow"

Park photographs courtesy of Tourism Thunder Bay ©

Tourism Thunder Bay


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