Find a timber harvest plan for Carmacks

Timber harvest plans help ensure the sustainable use of forests. These plans cover landscape units ranging from 5,000 hectares to around 300,000 hectares. These identify:

  • areas proposed for forest resource harvesting;
  • where and how timber will be removed; and
  • strategies for minimizing or removing negative environmental impacts on other natural resources.

The following documents are only available in English.

Carmacks Annual Limit Region

 

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2015 Little Salmon River burn timber harvest plan

Description:

This timber harvest plan area is between the communities of Carmacks and Faro along the Robert Campbell Highway. The area is approximately 3,500 hectares of burned forest from a fire in the summer of 2013. (13,112.99 KB)

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2014 Carmacks small volume timber harvest plan

Description:

This timber harvest plan area lies along 1 kilometre on either side of the Klondike and Robert Campbell highways; north, south and east of Carmacks. (5,767.40 KB)

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Minto burn commercial fuelwood timber harvest plan

Description:

This timber harvest plan area is north of Carmacks along the Klondike Highway at kilometres 406.4, 447.7 and 448. This plan covers 127 hectares, accessing 10,976 cubic metres of fuelwood and producing 4,844 cords of fuelwood. (2,965.04 KB)

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Bearfeed Creek timber harvest plan

Description:

This timber harvest plan area is 5 kilometres west of Bearfeed Creek on the Robert Campbell Highway. This plan identifies a fuelwood harvesting opportunity for an operator who supplies fuelwood to the Little Salmon Lake and Drury Creek campgrounds. (948.42 KB)

 

Contact: 

Contact a government forester for this region.

Beth Paul
Email: bethany.paul@gov.yk.ca
Phone: 867-334-2838

David Swinson 
Email: david.swinson@gov.yk.ca
Phone: 867-332-4726