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An exploration of on-reserve forest management capacity and forest certification interest in First Nations communities across Canada / : Fo4-10/2007E
This report presents findings of a survey on forest management planning and forest certification schemes for on- and off-reserve forests in Canadian First Nations communities. The survey covers such topics as awareness among First Nations communities of forest management plans and certification programs; resource management capacity; implementation of existing forest management plans; and certification opportunities. It includes four case studies of communities in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec, and British Columbia.
|Department/Agency||Natural Resources Canada. Canadian Forest Service.|
|Title||An exploration of on-reserve forest management capacity and forest certification interest in First Nations communities across Canada /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Note||On cover: First Nations Forestry Program - in partnership with First Nations. "... a joint program of Natural Resources Canada's Canadian Forest Service and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada."--Page ii.|
|Date||July 2005 (updated September 2006).|
|Number of Pages||v, 35p. :|
|Subject Terms||Forest management|
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