Southside Nature Path

Recipient: Southside Economic Development Association
Amount: 1860
Date: 2010-05-19
Areas: Burns Lake and Southside
Sectors: Community Infrastructure
Strategy: Tourism-Recreational Infrastructure
Description: In January 2006 Southside Economic Development Association (SEDA) received a grant from NKDF to assist with development of the SEDA Centre, which entailed making improvements to a property adjacent to the Ferry terminal at Southside. The group then proceeded to build a 220m pathway, half of which is wheelchair accessible. SEDA is now approved for funding to assist with research, creating an interpretive plant inventory with information and photos of all existing plants, constructing and erecting interpretive signage (60-80 individual markers), two 8'x4 signs double sided, and the creation of a brochure.
Lakes Outdoor Recreation Society

In 2013 NKDF provided seed capital to fund an Accessibility Audit of what would be required to develop the Lakes Outdoor Recreation area as an accessible region in northern British Columbia. It proved that people with...

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