Last chance! Take the survey for North Crumpit

February 24, 2022
Tracey Saxby


North Crumpit is currently going through a Neighbourhood Planning Process, and the deadline for public input is TOMORROW, Friday 25th February.

The survey is intended to inform the creation of the neighbourhood plan options, which is step 5 and 6 in the Neighbourhood Planning Process.

Our vision is to protect these precious forested wetlands as a legacy for future generations.

We put together some suggestions about how best to respond to the survey to call for the land to be protected. It takes about 15 minutes to complete.

Please be respectful in your responses. The landowners have allowed public access to Crumpit Woods for decades, and we are grateful for this goodwill.


Crumpit Woods is the headwaters of the Little Stawamus Creek, which is critical salmon spawning habitat, and the wetlands are home to several species at risk. This precious parcel of land provides bountiful ecosystem services that we take for granted, such as clean air, fresh water, wildlife habitat, protection from floods, climate stabilization, and many social and cultural benefits. LEARN MORE

We've set up a petition to gauge public support for protecting North Crumpit. Please sign and share!


Thank you for taking action to protect Crumpit Woods.

Tracey Saxby

Executive Director, My Sea to Sky
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