Forest and river corridor along Tusket River
Over 20 km of undeveloped river and lake frontage on Tusket River system
Provides connectivity for wildlife movement
Habitat for nationally threatened and provincially endangered plymouth gentian
at least 12 other species of rare coastal plain flora
Over 12 km of frontage on Tusket River, a traditional canoe route
Hunting, fishing, and camping
Primarily mature softwood and mixedwood, with some young softwood
High mineral potential
Over half the area is under a mineral exploration license
Low petroleum potential
Low wind potential
Several roads excluded: Access to Louis Lake & to Tusket River near Bad Falls, Coldstream Rd, road between Louis and Canoe lakes.
Louis Lake excluded.