Kusawa Park is an area with a diverse natural landscape. It is a rich First Nations homeland and was a significant historic trade route for both Alaskan and Yukon First Nations. It is located in the Coast Mountains, and is known for its wildlife diversity, including populations of Dall sheep, mountain goats, raptors and grizzly bears. The watershed supports lake trout, whitefish, grayling and salmon. Impressive sand dunes and extensive boreal grasslands are special ecological features of the proposed park.

Photos: Bruce Downie