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"The Dehcho Land Use Planning Committee will develop a land use plan as a management tool to determine what type of land use activities should occur and where they should take place. This plan will balance economic, social, environmental and cultural needs and interests."



"This plan will be guided by the principles of sustainable development and respect for the land as understood and explained by the Dehcho elders."

 





 



The logo design was initiated by the Committee Chair, Herb Norwegian and modified through input from other Committee members. The final design was reached by consensus and adopted by all Committee members. Each piece of the logo has special significance to the Dehcho:

  • The 14 poles of the teepee represent the 14 aboriginal organizations;
  • The fire represents the relationship between the land and the people;
  • The fire logs represent the four directions;
  • Green represents land;
  • Blue represents water;
  • Red represents fire;
  • Yellow represents the sun; and
  • White represents the wind.


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