Carcross/Tagish First Nation and Yukon gov't sign plan to co-manage Conrad historic site

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The Carcross/Tagish First Nation and the Yukon government signed a joint management plan Wednesday for the Conrad Historic site.

“[The plan] means the land is protected now,” said Carcross/Tagish First Nation Chief Maria Benoit.

The site was identified to be co-owned and co-managed under Carcross/Tagish’s First Nations final agreement, signed in 2005. It is about 14 kilometres southeast of Carcross on the western shore of Windy Arm / Tséi Zhéłe Méne, or Howling Rock Lake.

The Conrad Historic Site is about 14 kilometres southeast of Carcross on the western shore of on the western shore of Windy Arm / Tséi Zhéłe Méne, or Howling Rock Lake. (CBC)

Benoit said the First Nation

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