Saw Nuth Khaw Yum Heritage Park / Indian Arm Provincial Park - Bioregional Atlas

The Say Nuth Khaw Yum Heritage Park / Indian Arm Provincial Park is situated on the east and west sides of Indian Arm, adjacent to Mount Seymour Provincial Park and North Vancouver in the west, Buntzen Lake Recreation Area and Coquitlam Watershed Reserve to the east, and land held by the Tsleil-Waututh Nation to the north.

The purpose of the Bioregional Atlas is to provide the basic information necessary to inform ongoing planning, development and stewardship processes. The Atlas brings together information from a variety of sources in order to create the first comprehensive biophysical and cultural inventory of the new Park.

The Atlas was produced by the staff of the Tseil-Waututh Nation Treaty Team in partnership with Ecotrust Canada.

Click the link below to view the Management Plan with maps:

http://www.twnation.ca/en/About%20TWN/Stewardship/~/media/Files/SNKY_ParkManagementPlan_Feb10.ashx

And here to learn more about the Park

http://www.twnation.ca/en/About%20TWN/Stewardship/A%20Journey%20to%20Collaboration.aspx