Sustainable forest management
Sustainable forest management decisions and activities are based on scientific research, rigorous planning processes and standards as well as public consultation.
Canada’s strong system of forest laws, monitoring and enforcement ensures sustainable forest management across the country. Find out more.
Read about how Canada conserves and protects its forests through strict laws and science-based sustainable forest management practices.
Learn about Canada’s boreal forest from key facts, a map of the North American boreal zone, the latest research and recent publications.
An approved forest management plan is required before any forestry operations occur on public land in Canada. Learn more about forest management planning in Canada.
See the tools and techniques that Canada’s forest scientists use to understand and report on the country’s vast forests.
About 94% of Canada’s forests are publicly owned. Learn about public and private forest ownership in Canada.
Read about how certification provides added assurance that a forest company operates legally and complies with sustainable forest management standards.
Find current data on forest inventory, management, production, economic impact, trade and other forestry-related topics.
My Tree is a free app that shows which trees will grow best in which Canadian locations. Learn more and download the app!
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