Strategic Plan

Our New Strategic Plan

Credit Valley Conservation’s (CVC) strategic plan, Our Future Together (2023-2027), charts a new course to guide our work from 2023 to 2027. It looks ahead to 2051 to keep our long-term vision in mind. It builds upon our strengths and our 70-year history as the primary authority on environmental science in the watershed.

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Our Future Together , Strategic Plan 2023-2027

We invite you to read our strategic plan.

Frequently Asked Questions

A strategic plan is our guidance document. It spells out our organization’s mission and vision and provides big-picture goals as well as the ways to achieve them. It allows us to plan proactively with a long-term view. A long-term view gives us greater certainty in planning and setting year-to-year priorities and deliverables and defines the bar that we are trying to meet and exceed through program delivery.

Public survey feedback was reviewed and considered, along with the input provided by staff and other stakeholders consulted, to ensure that our new vision, mission, guiding principles, and priorities, are aligned with the needs, interests and priorities of those who live work and play in our watershed and engage with our programs and services.

Our Past Strategic Plans

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Our Future Taking Shape – Strategic Plan 2020-2022

This strategic plan updates the previous plan Our Future to Shape: Strategic Plan 2015-2019. This document provides a framework for internal alignment and work planning over the next three years.

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Our Future to Shape – Strategic Plan 2015-2019

This strategic plan is a reference document for our organization, directing business planning, project planning, employee objectives, workforce planning and budgeting. It guides us, yet provides enough flexibility to meet changing needs. It ensures we remain accountable to our partners, donors, taxpayers, and above all, to the environment.

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