Campbell Valley Park Association:
The Partners

The partners of the Campbell Valley Park Association are individuals and groups from in and around Campbell Valley Regional Park. The partners have come together to form a partnership with the GVRD and to take an active role in planning and managing Campbell Valley Regional Park for the benefit of the community, park visitors and the park itself.

To achieve their goals, the CVPA Board has had a number of subcommittees, including Country Celebration Planning, Trails, Stewardship/Conservation and Field Management.  The CVPA Board includes park neighbors, as well as representatives of various partner groups including:
• Back Country Horsemen (external website)
• Campbell Valley Equestrian Society (external website)
• Friends of Semiahmoo Bay (external website)
• Langley Environmental Partners (external website)
• Langley Field Naturalists (external website)
• Langley Heritage Society (external website)
• Langley Speedway Historical Society (external website)
• Little Campbell River Watershed Society (external website)
• Pacific Riding Centre for Disabilities (external website)
• Semiahmoo Fish and Game Club (external website)
• White Rock and Surrey Naturalists (external website)

Volunteer programs within Campbell Valley Regional Park (which are supported by staff) include:
• Campbell Valley Butterfly/ Wildlife Garden Volunteers
• Campbell Valley Visitor Centre Hosts

The goals of the park partners
• To assist in implementating the park management plan
• To protect and enhance the natural and cultural features of the park
• To encourage responsible public recreation
• To promote public education and a park-use code of ethics
• To raise revenue for special local park projects

Why have a partnership?
• Protecting our natural environment and meeting the demands for recreation becomes more important as the population grows in the GVRD. A balance must be struck.
• The partnership provides a valuable forum for expressing community ideas and concerns about the park. It also provides a practical framework for working with the GVRD. Input and discussion can be given on issues relating to the maintenance and use of Campbell Valley Regional Park, its features, facilities and heritage sites.

Working together, we can make a difference.

How to get involved
To find out how you can get involved in the Campbell Valley Park Association, contact Jeff Rotin at Metro Vancouver East Area Parks office by email or call (604) 530-4983.

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Last updated 28 June 2013

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