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History and Development
Before the Arrival of the Acadians
The Acadians and the Creation of the Dykeland 1680–1755
Deportation and New Settlement 1755–1810
A Productive Dykeland and the Birth of a Symbol 1806–1907
A Century of Tourism, Agriculture, and Lieu de Mémoire 1907– present
Our UNESCO Journey
Nomination Grand Pré
Stewardship Board of Directors
By-Laws & Policies
Reports & Presentations
Dykeland’s Public Awareness Online Survey
The Landscape of Grand Pré Society has contracted Leanne Strathdee of Strathdee&Co., to develop public education and awareness materials for existing users and visitors to the area.
The consultation process has been developed to work collaboratively with each of the stakeholder groups to fully understand recreational use in the area.
Following the consultation sessions with key stakeholders, the consultant will develop a summary report, and make recommendations on public education and awareness materials for existing users and visitors to the area.
We appreciate you taking the time on this survey to ensure your input is included in the process.
Are you aware that the access roads to the dykes and dykelands are private roads?
Do you use the dykes?
If yes, what do you do on the dykes?
Are you aware that there are public safety issues using the dykeland roads/dykelands?
If yes, what do you think the public safety issues are?
Are you aware of the fragility of the dykes?
If yes, what do you think impacts the fragility?
What alternatives could you suggest for public recreation in an open space?
If alternatives were available would you use them instead of the private access roads and dykes?
If you use the dykesroads/dykelands for recreational use, what appeals to you most about this area?
Is there anything else you would like to have considered about the dykeroads/dykelands as part of the consultation process?