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Published in [Halifax, N.S.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Forests and forestry -- Nova Scotia

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsSD146N8 C3
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 80 leaves.
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18557519M

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Forestry Field Handbook This handbook includes site specific softwood and hardwood silviculture keys together with graphs and tables needed to estimate present and future stand characteristics. Each page of the book can be viewed (~ 80 k) -- see Table of Contents or download the following compressed file for later viewing. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nova Scotia. Department of Natural Resources. Nova Scotia's old forest policy. Halifax, N.S.: Dept. of Natural Resources. Forest Policy in Nova Scotia: The Big Lease, Cape Breton Island, In the late 19TH century, the government of Nova Scotia began to cast envious glances at industrial forest development in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick where large areas of crown forest were used to attract pulp and paper mills through long-term lease arrangements. Forest Utilization License License Agreement. The Province of Nova Scotia signed a Forest Utilization License Agreement with Port Hawkesbury Paper, Septem This new agreement reflects government’s work to transform the forest industry in Nova Scotia. Old Forest Policy - -This policy consolidates.

Lesson Two - Forest Wildlife Guidelines And Standards The Forest/Wildlife Guidelines and Standards for Nova Scotia are designed to maintain or enhance fish and wildlife habitat in forests. By following these guidelines on all your forest operations you will reduce negative impacts your operations may have on wildlife. NOVA SCOTIA FOREST POLICY CHRONOLOGY The Big Lease. Following Quebec and Ontario’s lead, NS attempts to leverage Oxford Paper Company to build a paper mill by granting access to Crown land in Cape Breton. No paper mill was built and the government actually had to buy the rights back from the company. The analysis revealed that in Nova Scotia there is a strong old forest policy underpinned by a quantitative scoresheet, coordinator, and database. In New Brunswick and Nova Scotia the conservation targets are up to 8% on Crown land, but neither have a regulatory framework nor have evidence of achieving these targets. Nova Scotia's Department of Natural Resources is responsible for the laws and polcies regarding a variety of aspects of forestry in the province. Forests Act. Forest Sustainability Regulations. Timber Loan Board Regulations. Wildlife Habitat and Watercourses Protection Regulations. Registration and Statistical Returns Regulations.

The Forest Vegetation Types is book I of a three book set. The other two publications are: Forest Ecosystem Classification for Nova Scotia Part II: Soil Types () Forest Ecosystem Classification for Nova Scotia Part III: Ecosites (). This dataset identifies those stands on crown land that meet the Old Forest criteria under the Old Forest Policy; or have been selected as potential future old forest in order to satisfy the policy objective of managing the crown forest area of each ecodistrict such that 8% will be allowed to develop to an old forest condition. Against the Grain: Forestry & Politics in Nova Scotia LA Sandbery and P. Clancy. UBC Press. Chapters 1 & 2 are available online. Ch 1, a 37 page introduction, is a must-read for anyone trying to comprehend the politics of forestry in Nova Scotia (indeed, the whole book is so recommended). Forest Conditions of Nova Scotia B.E. Fernow. Over the past year, Forest Nova Scotia worked with Gardner Pinfold Consultants to conduct an analysis of the economic impact of the Nova Scotia Forest Industry. The results, finalized in December of were released at Forest Nova Scotia’s AGM on January 25th,