It is early days for the society. This page references hundreds of documents for the Hidden Grove and there are more for the Sechelt Heritage Forest on its special pages.
Some of these are back before there was active action in the community but the majority prior to 2011 were under a Committee Structure for the Sandy Hook Community Association. In March, 2011 the Society was formed to stand alone mainly to gain status for a Charitable Tax Benefit.
Community Forest agrees to 5 year NO Cut
District of Sechelt OCP map
SHCA points our the Forestry maps
are wrong for the First of a thousand times
1986 - the end of the Village and the
definition of the east border of Hidden Grove
The public wrote letters to Interfor
The District of Sechelt tries for Hidden Grove as a
park District calls upon Sandy Hook Community
Rejection from government
Sechelt Band Support
Comm. Forest Tenure Supply EXCLUDES HG
The short booklet form of the Plan is easiest to follow and it is in Adobe Acrobat - .pdf format (1693 KB). This was done in 2002. It is a bit out of date(parking lot changes and NO CYCLING AT ALL) but contains the essense.
The full large book presented to the various parties is here too - .pdf format (Note: Very Large file-14 megs)
Revised in the Spring of 2008 and late Fall of 2009
Just click here for it
this book out set up your printer as you do for BOTH SIDES printing as it is 54 pages
Hidden Grove Legacy Concept Plan
Prepared for the District of Sechelt starting August, 2002 By The Hidden Grove Park Steering Committee, a committee formed through a call for volunteers from the Sandy Hook Community Association under a Resolution dated July 22, 2002.
The plan is designed to comply with the requirements of the LWBC Checklist. The District and the Committee have reviewed those requirements and certain parts are designated as the responsibility of the Committee. In 2003 the formal name of the project was changed by dropping the "park" reference and replacing it with the "Legacy" identifier.