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The Cariboo-Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition was formed to enable "Communities Working Together for a Sustainable Future". An enhanced tourism economy is important as a buffer against expected downturns in the forest economy due the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic. The region’s tourism businesses include accommodations, outdoor recreation, retail, food and beverage, transportation, the arts and various personal and business services.
The Mountain Pine Beetle is having a major impact on the landscape and remains a major threat to tourism. These and other gaps and weaknesses will require a considerable amount of community cooperation, infrastructure investments, new product andmarket development and a dedicated vision. Of particular importance is a cohesive, cooperative approach to tourism development among communities.
Strategies for Tourism are presented in seven categories, policy, destination and industry development, market development, investment attraction, visitor services, infrastructure and implementation.
To view the actionable items set for the Tourism Strategy, click here.