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Conservation Planning and Wildland Recreation CONS 481 | UBC
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Recreation Planning & ROS
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES Articulate the principles of recreation planning Define and describe the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum and its uses Define the 7 ROS classes and the delineation standards associated with each one Explain the steps used to delineate ROS classes
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What is recreation planning? 3
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(Recreation) planning cycle 4
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Recreation in Canada: Context Goal 1: Active Living Goal 2: Inclusion and Access Goal 3: Connecting People and Nature Goal 4: Supportive Environments Goal 5: Recreation Capacity
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In BC: Recreation Resources Inventory
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Recreation Resources Inventory Recreation features Visual landscape Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) River recreation: experience class, features, whitewater Recreation trails and routes Viewpoints Forest Service recreation sites Caves Education or interpretive capability Backcountry monitoring plots
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Recreation Supply Supply as inventory Supply as benefits What is recreation supply? • The list approach (Recreation Facilities Inventory) • The activity approach (Recreation Features Inventory) The “owner” approach • Public, private (for profit), not-for-profit • The beginning of a “setting” approach How to describe what’s there?
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  • Fall '16
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