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Forest Communities Program [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada

The Forest Communities Program (FCP) assists community-based partnerships to develop and share knowledge, strategies and tools to adjust to forest sector transition and to take advantage of emerging forest-based opportunities. The FCP is a $25-million, 5-year program that funds 11 sites across Canada, as well as national projects. The FCP community partnerships are located in defined geographic areas at a regional scale and include a mix of urban, rural and Aboriginal communities.

Aboriginal Forestry Initiative [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada

The Aboriginal Forestry Initiative (AFI) represents a new Government of Canada approach to foster enhanced Aboriginal participation in the competitive and sustainable transformation of Canada’s forest sector. Through the Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada leads the Aboriginal Forestry Initiative, in partnership with over 15 federal departments and agencies. The AFI supports the Government of Canada’s Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development.

Crown Lands - Acquiring Crown Land Application Package [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources

Surplus Crown Lands that are less than 20 hectares in size, surrounded by private lands on at least 3 sides and which have no ecological, cultural or social significance and are not needed to provide access to Crown Land, can be reviewed for declaration as surplus lands. If a property is declared surplus, it will be transferred to the Department of Supply & Services (DSS) and sold by public tender, provided it is not needed by another government agency. This department may request that DSS notify all those who had expressed an interest in the lands be notified of any tender call.

Crown Lands - Acquiring Crown Land [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources

Surplus Crown Lands that are less than 20 hectares in size, surrounded by private lands on at least 3 sides and which have no ecological, cultural or social significance and are not needed to provide access to Crown Land, can be reviewed for declaration as surplus lands. If a property is declared surplus, it will be transferred to the Department of Supply & Services (DSS) and sold by public tender, provided it is not needed by another government agency. This department may request that DSS notify all those who had expressed an interest in the lands be notified of any tender call.

New Brunswick Private Woodlot Silviculture Manual [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources
Year of publication: 
2009

A manual to aid and inform woodlot owners on how to manage their lands, including details regarding provincial programs, invoicing procedures, and reporting to DNR.

Forest Enhancement Program - Treatment Funding Application [Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry]

Publisher: 
Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry

This program provides incentives for the preparation of forest management plans and selected nonclearcut silvicultural treatments. All activities under the Forest Enhancement Program are cost shared between the provincial government and the landowner and must meet the standards contained in the Ecosystem-Based Forest Management manual

Forest Enhancement Program - Funding Application [Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry]

Publisher: 
Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry

This program provides incentives for the preparation of forest management plans and selected nonclearcut silvicultural treatments. All activities under the Forest Enhancement Program are cost shared between the provincial government and the landowner and must meet the standards contained in the Ecosystem-Based Forest Management manual

Forest Enhancement Program - Claim Form [Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry]

Publisher: 
Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry

This program provides incentives for the preparation of forest management plans and selected nonclearcut silvicultural treatments. All activities under the Forest Enhancement Program are cost shared between the provincial government and the landowner and must meet the standards contained in the Ecosystem-Based Forest Management manual

Forest Enhancement Program - Agreement [Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry]

Publisher: 
Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry

This program provides incentives for the preparation of forest management plans and selected nonclearcut silvicultural treatments. All activities under the Forest Enhancement Program are cost shared between the provincial government and the landowner and must meet the standards contained in the Ecosystem-Based Forest Management manual

Forest Enhancement Program [Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry]

Publisher: 
Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry

This program provides incentives for the preparation of forest management plans and selected nonclearcut silvicultural treatments. All activities under the Forest Enhancement Program are cost shared between the provincial government and the landowner and must meet the standards contained in the Ecosystem-Based Forest Management manual

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