Do you ride, hike, run, etc at Sumas? The Stó:lō Collaborative Stewardship Forum (CSF) is seeking community input on how people use and experience Sumas Mountain and what the mountain and trails mean to us as individuals and communities.
The information collected in the survey will shape how trails, recreation, and other activities are managed in the future on Sumas Mountain.
The project is a partnership of fifteen Stó:lō First Nations, including Sema:th First Nation and the Province (Recreation Sites and Trails BC, RSTBC), with support from the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD). All these governments are excited to be working together towards a cohesive inter-jurisdictional plan. For the Stó:lō people, Sumas Mountain provides immense cultural value and is a central part of their connection to the land of their traditional territory. The mountain supports these important cultural practices as well as recreational opportunities and resource industries.