2021-2031 Strategic Plan

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The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) 2021-2031 Strategic Plan is now complete!

The NPCA thanks every person who contributed their perspective from March-August 2021, which was essential in shaping our first 10-year strategic plan. We look forward to further strengthening on the connections made in this process as we set out to achieve our goals.

The 2021-2031 Strategic Plan charts the course for conservation-inspired actions and collective outcomes through six overarching strategic priorities and twenty-one specific goals. Progress will be monitored and shared publicly through the NPCA’s Annual Report.

Visit our website www.npca.ca to learn more.


The engagement period has ended and all previous engagement tools on this page are now disabled.

Check out the FAQ section below. If you have questions about the strategic plan that haven't been answered, please leave your question or comment. All questions / comments are reviewed by staff but we may not be able to reply to all of them.

For all other inquiries, please visit https://npca.ca/contact.

The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) 2021-2031 Strategic Plan is now complete!

The NPCA thanks every person who contributed their perspective from March-August 2021, which was essential in shaping our first 10-year strategic plan. We look forward to further strengthening on the connections made in this process as we set out to achieve our goals.

The 2021-2031 Strategic Plan charts the course for conservation-inspired actions and collective outcomes through six overarching strategic priorities and twenty-one specific goals. Progress will be monitored and shared publicly through the NPCA’s Annual Report.

Visit our website www.npca.ca to learn more.


The engagement period has ended and all previous engagement tools on this page are now disabled.

Check out the FAQ section below. If you have questions about the strategic plan that haven't been answered, please leave your question or comment. All questions / comments are reviewed by staff but we may not be able to reply to all of them.

For all other inquiries, please visit https://npca.ca/contact.

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    **THIS SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED. CHECK BACK FOR OTHER FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES FOR INPUT**

    Background  

    The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) is a natural resource management agency that works to protect, enhance, and sustain healthy watersheds in the Niagara Region, portions of the City of Hamilton and Haldimand County. With 60 years of experience, the NPCA delivers programs and services that focus on environmental conservation, natural hazard management, source water protection, community stewardship, and land management. 

    The NPCA is developing a new 10-year strategic plan to establish its direction and guide future activities. We are seeking your input on proposed strategic priorities before we begin developing a draft strategic plan. The information collected from this survey will be synthesized and used to help us develop the draft strategic plan. There will be additional opportunities to engage virtually in this project before a strategic plan is completed. Help us shape the future of the watershed!

    No personal information (i.e., name, age, or address) will be collected unless you request to be contacted by NPCA staff. Any personal details you do share will not be linked to your answers. 

    The survey will be open until May 6, 2021. It may take approximately 20 minutes to complete (depending on the amount of time taken for the open-ended questions). Registration is not required to participate; however, you may choose to do so to save your progress and come back to the survey at a later date.

    We encourage you to subscribe to this project tile to stay informed for other upcoming engagement opportunities. Contact us at stratplan@npca.ca for more information or to request a paper copy of the survey.

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