Languedoc Park Nature Reserve
To preserve the natural beauty of the Languedoc Park Nature Reserve in perpetuity and to reinforce the sense of community for the protection of the Nature Reserve among all of Tadoussac.
Ensure that the lands of the Nature Reserve are preserved in their natural state in accordance with the Nature Reserve Agreement.
To increase the size of the community of support for the Nature Reserve and to work at creating a sense of common responsibility for conserving the natural character of the reserve among all the residents of Tadoussac.
The Languedoc Park Nature Reserve is a Recognized Nature Reserve under the laws of Quebec and is managed in accordance with the Natural Heritage Conservation Act of the Province of Quebec (*see link below.) The 103 acres of the Languedoc Park Nature Reserve were placed under the National Heritage Conservation Act subject to a Nature Reserve Agreement with Le Ministère du Development durable, de L'Environment et de la Lutte aux changements climatiques, registered in the registration division of Saguenay, January 28, 2014.
Friends of Pointe Rouge, Inc. ("FPR") is a charitable not-for-profit organization that owns, operates and is responsible for the stewardship of the Languedoc Park Nature Reserve.
FPR is responsible for protecting the unique flora and fauna of the area to ensure that Pointe Rouge is conserved in its natural beauty for present and future generations.
FPR is funded by donations and managed by a volunteer board.
*Link to the Natural Heritage Conservation Act:
"I think having land and not ruining it is the most beautiful art that anybody could ever want."