The Ministry of Lands and Forests is looking for input on a proposed new conservancy in the north.
The Tsa Nuna conservancy, proposed for just northwest of Fort St John, along the Halfway River, is intended to protect the cultural values and wildlife in the area.
The province and the Halfway River First Nations signed an agreement last March to establish the conservancy on the historic land.
The government is now looking for public input on the conservancy, which you can email to Lisa Brock at Lisa dot Brock at gov dot bc dot ca.
Information will also be presented at an open house at the Northern Lights College in Fort St John on April 25th.
The public will have until May 25th to have their voice heard on the topic.