The spit and lagoon within Manson’s Landing Provincial Park are part of a Special Feature Zone, which serves to protect their significant cultural and natural features. Important historical and cultural features are located on the upland portion of the shoreline and the park serves as important habitat for several unique plants, birds forage fish and marine invertebrates. Nearby sections of shoreline to the south also provide important recreational opportunities. BC Parks is concerned about ongoing shoreline erosion along the Manson’s Landing Park spit. Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd. (NHC) was retained by BC Parks to investigate the causes of ongoing erosion and to develop viable engineering options to reduce erosion, while preserving the natural park setting as much as possible.

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