CPAWS will continue to help Saskatchewan realize its goal for an expanded Provincial Park system.
Saskatchewan currently has 34 provincial parks located in all corners of the province. These parks preserve significant ecosystems, landscapes, and cultural resources. As tourist and recreational destinations, we must ensure that the very foundation of these parks – their healthy intact ecosystems – are safeguarded. In addition, there are many areas of Saskatchewan where future provincial parks could be of great benefit.
What CPAWS is doing
CPAWS is currently engaged in the process of creating a new Provincial Park in the Porcupine Hills. The future park will ensure the protection of a culturally and environmentally significant region of East-Central Saskatchewan.