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Forest Planning

Forest companies holding certain types of licences must develop long-term plans explaining how they will manage the forest resources on their areas.  Twenty-year forest management plans address all aspects of forest management, including inventory, harvesting, renewal, roads and public consultation. As they develop their plans, licence holders work closely with the Ministry of Environment. Public involvement is an important part of the process.

As companies put their plans into practice, they report on their progress to the public through annual reports. The ministry also evaluates the company’s performance and compliance.

Learn more about specific forest management plans under development now:

Carrier Forest Products - NW Term Supply Licence Forest Management Plan 



Carrier Forest Products Ltd. is developing a new 20-year forest management plan for the Northwest Term Supply Licence area, 790,000 hectares of boreal forest in northwest Saskatchewan, in the Beauval area.

Meadow Lake OSB Forest Management Plan



Meadow Lake OSB is developing a new 20-year forest management plan for the Meadow Lake OSB Term Supply Licence area, more than 200,000 hectares of boreal forest in northwest Saskatchewan, in the Meadow Lake area.

Ministry of Environment - Island Forests Forest Management Plan



The Ministry of Environment is developing a 20-year forest management plan for the Island Forests, more than 226,000 hectares of Crown forest land in north-central Saskatchewan, in the Prince Albert area.

Mistik - Mistik Forest Management Plan



Mistik Management Ltd. is developing a revised 20-year forest management plan for the Mistik Management Forest Management Agreement area, 1.9 million hectares of boreal forest in northwest Saskatchewan in the Meadow Lake area.

Sakâw - Prince Albert Forest Management Plan



Sakâw Askiy Management Inc. is developing a revised 20-year forest management plan for the Prince Albert Forest Management Agreement area, more than 3.3 million hectares of boreal forest in north central Saskatchewan, just north of Prince Albert.

Weyerhaeuser and Edgewood - Pasquia Porcupine Forest Management Plan



Weyerhaeuser Company Ltd. and Edgewood Forest Products Inc. are revising the 20-year forest management plan for the Pasquia-Porcupine Forest Management Agreement area, just over 2.02 million hectares of boreal forest in northeastern Saskatchewan, near the town of Hudson Bay.

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