Forest resources management plans are landscape-level plans, often covering an area greater than 1 million hectares. The plans provide direction on where forest management activities can occur.
Forest resources management plans identify:
- the values people place on the forests;
- traditional use;
- heritage resources;
- environmentally or culturally sensitive areas;
- management zones and guidelines for what activities may occur; and
- existing and proposed land uses that may affect forest resources management.
We develop these plans in collaboration with:
- First Nations;
- local governments;
- renewable resources councils;
- industry; and
- other groups who have interests in forest resources.
We also invite the public to tell us how forest resources should be used.
Download a forest resources management plan
We have completed the following plans.
- Dawson Forest Resources Management Plan
- Champagne and Aishihik Traditional Territory Strategic Forest Management Plan
- Integrated Landscape Plan for the Champagne and Aishihik Traditional Territory
- Forest Management Plan for the Teslin Tlingit Traditional Territory
Participate in current planning initiatives
Learn about the planning process and how to get involved in the following areas. As plans become available we will post them below.