Fort Selkirk Historic Site Management Plan Questionnaire
The Fort Selkirk Historic Site is a 50-hectare site that is located on the terrace of the Yukon River near the mouth of the Pelly River, east of Pelly Crossing.
The Government of Yukon, Department of Tourism and Culture (YG) and the Selkirk First Nation (SFN) are preparing the update to the Fort Selkirk Historic Site Management Plan (2000).
The Fort Selkirk Historic Site is co-owned and co-management by YG and SFN and was designated as Yukon Historic Site under the Historic Resources Act in August, 2010.
This questionnaire is at https://www.jitsulab.com/699/0015/ and will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and is intended to collect your ideas about the future of Fort Selkirk and your thoughts about:
- The importance of Fort Selkirk and its physical features
- Aspects of its history and present use that are important to you
- What you would like to see for Fort Selkirk’s future
Information collected through this survey is protected in accordance with the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Individual responses will not be identified in any reports or associated materials.
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact the Historic Sites Planner, Yukon Government at firstname.lastname@example.org 867-393-6291 or Teri-Lee Isaac at email@example.com 867-537-3331 ext 606.
Response will be strictly confidential.
Thank you for your interest in preserving Yukon's heritage.