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LANSING Newslette¢  - 3 - Newsletter #3 August 2017. The Lansing Heritage Site is located at the confluence
LANSING Newslette¢  - 3 - Newsletter #3 August 2017. The Lansing Heritage Site is located at the confluence
LANSING Newslette¢  - 3 - Newsletter #3 August 2017. The Lansing Heritage Site is located at the confluence
LANSING Newslette¢  - 3 - Newsletter #3 August 2017. The Lansing Heritage Site is located at the confluence
LANSING Newslette¢  - 3 - Newsletter #3 August 2017. The Lansing Heritage Site is located at the confluence
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  • - 1 - Newsletter #3 — August 2017

    LANSING HERITAGE SITE HERITAGE MANAGEMENT PLANNING

    Wednesday, August 23, 2017 12:00 to 2:00p.m First Nation of Na- Cho Nyäk Dun Government House MAYO, YUKON Or

    Thursday, August 24, 2017 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre – Artist Studio WHITEHORSE, YUKON

    PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS ON THE DRAFT FINAL LANSING HERITAGE MANAGEMENT PLAN You are invited to take part in the review and discussion of the draft final Lansing Heritage Management Plan.

    All are welcome! Refreshments will be served. For more information contact: Heritage Manager at 996-2265, heritagemgr@ nndfn.com or Historic Sites Planner at 393-6291, heritage.planning@gov.yk.ca www.yukonheritage.com

    NORMAN NEDRY’S CABIN. LANSING POST

    Photo credit: Yukon Archives, Mervyn family fonds, PHO 244, (99/87 #2).

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    Heritage Management Planning and the Lansing Heritage Site The Lansing Heritage Site, on Settlement Lands of the Nacho Nyäk Dun, will be designated as a Yukon Historic Site under the Historic Resources Act in accordance with the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun Final Agreement; Chapter 13, Schedule A. The Lansing Historic Site will be managed by the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun.

    The First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun and the Government of Yukon are jointly preparing a Heritage Management Plan following Final Agreement - Section 2.6, under the guidance of the Lansing Steering Committee.

    HIGH CACHE, VIEW TO THE NORTH

    Photo credit: Wendy Shearer/Yukon Government

    Lansing Steering Committee The Lansing Steering Committee was established in April 2016 to complete the work described in Schedule A, Chapter 13 of the Final Agreement.

    STEERING COMMITTEE • Joella Hogan, NND Designate • Stewart Moses, NND Designate • Stephen Buyck, NND, Alternate • Barbara Hogan, YG Designate • Greg Hare, YG Designate • Rebecca Jansen, YG, Alternate • Shannon Van Bibber, Project

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    Source: Natural Resources Canada Date of Draft Map: March 2017 Map Producer: Julie Beaulieu

    Map Projection: Yukon Albers NAD83

    Scale: 1:1,550,000 NVision Insight Group

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    Photo credit: Yukon Archives. Mervyn family fonds. Pho 244 99/87 #1.

    JUNE 1936 - FLOOD AT LANSING. DINKY MERVYN IN FOREFRONT.

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    The Lansing Heritage Site is located at the confluence of the Lansing and Stewart Rivers. The Lansing Heritage Site is significant because of its long history of use as a gathering place, trading post, and outpost. Lansing is important for its contribution to the identity and memory of the NND, other First Nations, and the history of the Yukon. The site includes a clearing with buildings, structures and landscape features such as a vegetable garden.

    The draft final Lansing Heritage Management Plan provides a long term vision for the Lansing Heritage Site to ensure that the site remains in use for a variety of visitors, particularly for the NND, and other visitors arriving by river or air. Planning for the Lansing Heritage Site follows the principles expressed in the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada, current best practices for the management of cultural heritage landscapes, and requirements of the NNDFA.

    AERIAL VIEW OF LANSING, 1976

    Photo credit: Yukon Archives, Wilkinson Family fonds, #16756

    The Draft Final Lansing Heritage Management Plan includes the following sections: 1. Background: for the Lansing Heritage Site 2. Heritage Resources: descriptions summary, maps and photos 3. Conservation and Design Guidelines: the approach to

    managing the Lansing Heritage Site 4. Information Materials, Education and Interpretation: the

    approach to share the story 5. Economic Opportunities: short and long term opportunities 6. Implementation: actions to accomplish the management plan

    The Plan recognizes that NND history and traditional uses of Lansing must be an integral part of any management actions taken. Using NND history and traditional uses as a foundation, the Lansing Management Plan includes a Site Development Plan, as well as Conservation Zones. Recommendations in the plan include (but are not limited to): • heritage resources at Lansing be conserved, allowing for

    rehabilitation as needed • annual site caretaking to maintain the site • a Site Development Plan includes minimal visitor amenities,

    developed in a way that protects the significant heritage resources and values at Lansing

    • a Conservation Zones plan identifies areas with specific management requirements

    • information materials, educational and site interpretation tools will be developed to encouraging the appreciation of Lansing’s heritage pass along the memories of Lansing to future generations.

    Get a copy of the Draft Final Lansing Heritage Management Plan at www.yukonheritage.com.

    The Draft Final Lansing Heritage Management Plan

    Content of the Draft Final Lansing Heritage Management Plan

    Photo credit: Wendy Shearer

    AERIAL VIEW TO THE NORTH OF THE STEWART RIVER, LANSING RIVER AND LANSING HERITAGE SITE, AUGUST 2016.

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    Photo credit: Wendy Shearer/Yukon Government

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    Source: Natural Resources Canada Date of Draft Map: March 2017 Map Producer: Julie Beaulieu

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    Site Development Plan

    Interpretive panels to highlight specific themes and stories associated with the building, structure or feature.

    Main Site information kiosk to include at a minimum, general site introduction sitemap and regulations. Description of numbered posts to be provided.

    Numbered posts to identify building, structure or features described at the main information sign or associated site brochure.

    Primary Trail (Circulation)

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    with the following additions

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