Vision, Mission, Goals

Ministry of Natural Resources and Wildlife

Allisary Creek at Mount Stewart, Prince Edward Island/
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The following Eastern Habitat Joint Venture (EHJV) vision, mission and goals reflect the wording from the EHJV 2013 Strategic Plan which is currently being finalized.


Landscapes in Eastern Canada sustain bird populations while providing ecological, social and economic benefits to society.


To provide a forum where interested parties work collaboratively to coordinate and deliver effective migratory bird-habitat conservation in Eastern Canada.


The goals of the EHJV are to ensure that:

  1. Cooperative planning, monitoring and conservation efforts are undertaken at both the landscape and joint-venture levels to prevent further loss of wetlands and other important migratory bird habitat.
  2. Waterfowl and other bird populations are conserved in accordance with the goals of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan (NAWMP) and other conservation plans.
  3. Partnerships are maintained with appropriate governance in place, and resources secured, to achieve NAWMP and other conservation plan goals.

For more information, see the Eastern Habitat Joint Venture Implementation Plan 2007-2012.

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