IM planning efforts to-date in the Placentia Bay / Grand Banks LOMA and Placentia Bay have focused on assessing biophysical and socio-economic characteristics, establishing governance bodies and engaging stakeholders in planning efforts. In Placentia Bay, an integrated management planning committee comprised of stakeholders was established in 2005 in order to develop an IM plan for Placentia Bay. DFO and representatives from the provincial government are currently working with the committee to develop an IM plan. The resulting plan will complement IM planning efforts within the larger LOMA context.
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