Protection and development of the Pointe Sauvage of the municipality of Les Bergeronnes

The bergeronnes berry sector was identified during the years 1997-1998 as an exceptional natural environment thanks to a recognition of Saint Laurent-Vision 2000. It is part of the 37 protected sites along the St. Lawrence River. The Comité ZIP also recognized the value of this habitat and, in 2001-2002, carried out a characterization study that included, in addition to the Bergeronnes bays, 12 other coastal habitats of interest along the Lower Estuary Saint Laurent. Pointe Sauvage was then identified as a site with a high potential for conservation and development. In the spring of 2004, the Comité ZIP proposed to the municipality of Bergeronnes to carry out this pre-feasibility study. The municipality then expressed a strong desire to conserve and enhance the two bays, as well as the Lac Salé and the Pointe Sauvage that they surround. In this context, the Comité ZIP and the Fondation de la faune du Québec have joined forces to carry out this study.

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Metadata Reference Date(s) June 23, 2022 (Creation)
June 23, 2022 (Revision)
Dataset Reference Date(s) March 30, 2017 (Creation)
February 21, 2020 (Revision)
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Responsible Party 1
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Role
Originator
Responsible Party 2
Name
Marie Karine Maltais
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Email
marie.karine.maltais@zipnord.qc.ca
Role
Point of Contact

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Title Protection and development of the Pointe Sauvage of the municipality of Les Bergeronnes
Description

The bergeronnes berry sector was identified during the years 1997-1998 as an exceptional natural environment thanks to a recognition of Saint Laurent-Vision 2000. It is part of the 37 protected sites along the St. Lawrence River. The Comité ZIP also recognized the value of this habitat and, in 2001-2002, carried out a characterization study that included, in addition to the Bergeronnes bays, 12 other coastal habitats of interest along the Lower Estuary Saint Laurent. Pointe Sauvage was then identified as a site with a high potential for conservation and development. In the spring of 2004, the Comité ZIP proposed to the municipality of Bergeronnes to carry out this pre-feasibility study. The municipality then expressed a strong desire to conserve and enhance the two bays, as well as the Lac Salé and the Pointe Sauvage that they surround. In this context, the Comité ZIP and the Fondation de la faune du Québec have joined forces to carry out this study.

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Use report source identification + " Published on St. Lawrence Global Observatory-SLGO. [https://slgo.ca]. Access date: [YYYY-MM-DD]."

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Resource Date 1
Date
2017-03-30
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Creation
Resource Date 2
Date
2020-02-21
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Revision
Maintenance and update frequency As Needed
Point of Contact
Point of Contact 1
Name
Marie Karine Maltais
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Email
marie.karine.maltais@zipnord.qc.ca
Role
Point of Contact
Responsible Party
Responsible Party 1
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Role
Originator
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North Bounding Latitude 48.3233932
South Bounding Latitude 48.1779214
East Bounding Longitude -69.4764345
West Bounding Longitude -69.707404
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Begin
2003-12-21
End
2005-04-30
Default Locale French
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