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We gathered input on the draft Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park (Áísínai’pi in the Blackfoot language) management plan to ensure the final plan supports a sustainable future for outdoor recreation opportunities, Indigenous land uses and cultural experiences.
The draft plan was developed by government in 2019 with extensive input from local residents, stakeholders and Indigenous communities and organizations to address issues and ensure the site is protected for years to come.
Your feedback will help us finalize the draft plan's content, language and direction.
Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park (Áísínai’pi) is globally recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site containing Indigenous Rock Art (petroglyphs and pictographs), significant landforms and archeological sites.
Survey closed May 20, 2022
Results under review
Who is listening
Ministry of Forestry, Parks and Tourism
Albertans shared their feedback through an online survey from April 11 to May 20, 2022.
Thank you for your participation. We are currently reviewing your feedback.
Share your ideas
Albertans shared their experiences, ideas and perspectives on how to protect the park’s cultural value for future generations.
Stakeholder groups who provided input into the development of the draft management plan in 2019 in Alberta were notified of this engagement and had the opportunity to provide feedback through one-on-one meetings.
Indigenous communities and organizations in Alberta were notified of this engagement and had the opportunity to provide feedback through one-on-one meetings.
As partners in ongoing park operations, the Blackfoot Confederacy continues to meet with government to discuss the draft management plan.
- Draft management plan (PDF, 70 MB)
Feedback from stakeholders, Indigenous communities and organizations and the public will inform the final management plan for Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park (Áísínai’pi). Together, we can ensure the area is appreciated, understood, enjoyed and managed in sustainable ways now and in the future.
Questions and comments regarding this engagement can be emailed to: [email protected].
Last updated: May 24, 2022