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The Value of Resources Extraction in Provincial Parks According to section 7 3 of the Provincial Parks Act of 1993 companies are permitted to resource development or resource extraction from a provincial park as long as it does not compromise the main purpose of the park This means if a park is created for recreational purposes and there is a logging company that wishes to move in they would be more than welcome to This is valid as long as they dont interrupt any recreational activities or in any way hinder the park so that it can not be used for the purpose it was designed in this case recreation I think that the provinces stand on resource extraction is good for several reasons By using the resources available you are using the land and the park to its fullest extent You will be creating an income for the province and the park which can be used to keep the park healthy and viable This added income can be circulated throughout the park and used to keep trails up to date enhance fish and wildlife management programs or can be contributed to many other programs designed to keep the park as natural and viable as possible When companies have the restriction of not being able to compromise the main purpose of the park they will prevented from extracting resources at their own desire and will be in less conflict with the cottage owners campers hikers naturalists historians and sportsmen that use the park Logging companies or mining companies for example will be restricted to the areas of the park that are conserved or not used by the park This way they are still able to get a fair amount of resources out of the park but are limited to the amount of space they can use because of the recreational heritage cultural or natural areas of the park that are set aside for the
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