The Muskwa-Kechika Management Area (M-KMA), situated in northern British Columbia, Canada, is a globally significant area of wilderness, wildlife and cultures, to be maintained in perpetuity, where world class integrated resource management decision-making is practiced ensuring that resource development and other human activities take place in harmony with wilderness quality, wildlife and dynamic ecosystems on which they depend. The M-KMA was designated in legislation (M-KMA Act, 1998).
The Muskwa-Kechika Management Area (M-KMA) is one of the largest, most diverse wilderness areas in North America, with expansive forests, spectacular geological formations, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, hot springs, sub-alpine and alpine areas and major wetlands.
The land now designated as the Muskwa-Kechika Management Area has tremendous cultural and heritage significance.
Natural resources in north-eastern British Columbia have been identified as a source of vast economic wealth.