Find a timber harvest plan for Ross River and Faro

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.

Ross River and Faro Annual Limit Region

 

Name:

Coffee Lake timber harvest plan

Description:

This development area is 25 kilometres southeast of Ross River. You can access it from the North Campbell Highway near kilometre 351. The harvest area covers 53 hectares with about 10,752 cubic metres of roundwood. (9,265.14 KB)

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Ketza burn timber harvest plan

Description:

This timber harvest plan area is located 50 kilometres southeast of Ross River along the Robert Campbell Highway. This plan covers about 25 hectares with an estimated salvageable volume of 1,200 cubic metres. (2,004.03 KB)

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Lapie burn timber harvest plan

Description:

This timber harvest plan area is located 15 kilometres south of Ross River along the South Canol Road near the Lapie River. This plan covers 140 hectares with an estimated salvageable volume of over 7,000 cubic metres. (2,610.02 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