The CDFCP’s Conservation Strategy sets a 30-year vision and goals for the Coastal Douglas-fir Conservation Partnership (CDFCP), with objectives and actions identified for the next five years (2020–2025). The intent is to review and update this strategy at least every five years.
Our Steering Committee drafted the Strategy in winter 2020/21. The CDFCP members were consulted in spring/summer 2021 and the Strategy was finalized in December 2021.
The Strategy outlines three core goals for working towards a vision of ecological integrity for Coastal Douglas-fir and Associated Ecosystems (CDFAE). These are:
- CDFAE values (including species and ecosystems at risk) are incorporated into local and regional policy and planning processes and integrated into nature-based solutions for climate change mitigation and adaptation.
- Additional protection and stewardship of CDFAE are secured.
- CDFCP capacity to deliver the above goals is enhanced and sustained.