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
- Whitehorse and Southern Lakes Forest Resources Management Plan