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General Table of Contents

Executive Summary and Introduction

Part 1

Fish Creek District

Part 2

Fish Creek Provincial Park

Part 3 Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

Part 4 w Other Properties



Paper 3: Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park was slated to open one year after this interpretive plan was delivered. As a result, it has fewer chapters. To be consistent with Part 2: Fish Creek Provincial Park, the chapters in Part 3 follow the same convention (e.g., the chapters on Features Analysis are numbered FC4 and GR4).

Chapter GR4: Features Analysis

This chapter briefly describes and illustrates the major natural and cultural features identified in the Features Inventories (Appendix 1, 3 and 4). Using clearly defined criteria analyses, we assessed each feature’s value for inclusion in interpretation and education programming, including the inclusion of a visitor centre. Numerous recommendations for moving forward are included.

Chapter GR6: Alliance and Partnership Options

This chapter identifies best practice procedures for developing and maintaining partnerships and collaborations. As well, major potential partner groups and agencies are identified, described and assessed using a set of clear criteria. Numerous recommendations for moving forward are included.

Chapter FC8: Goals, Objectives, Themes and Subthemes

This chapter outlines the intended outcomes of the park’s interpretation and education offerings (goals an objectives) articulates the main ideas and lines of inquiry that will guide the development of all new programming (Themes and subthemes).

Chapter GR9: Strategy

This chapter articulates the methods and approaches that will be used to achieve the park’s interpretive goals and objectives.

Chapter GR10: Core Competencies

This chapter describes in detail the ten areas of knowledge skills and attitudes (core competencies) that are required by staff to plan, develop, deliver, evaluate and support effective, engaging interpretation and education programming at this park. For each area of competency, this chapter outlines expected outcomes (outputs), information skills, and infrastructure necessary to perform key tasks (critical success factors) and ways to access the success of each (key performance indicators).

Chapter GR11: Implementation Plan

This chapter features a set of procedures and processes to implements the plans many recommendations over the next five to ten years.






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