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Sustainable Forest Management

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Key Indicators

Compliance collection of royalties and forest management fees
The collection of management fees funds forest renewal activities and supports the sustainability and productivity of Saskatchewan's forests.

Compliance and enforcement of the forest industry
The forest industry is regulated through legislation, regulations, licences, operating plans, forest management plans and the Saskatchewan Environmental Code.

Client services available online and in person
The modernization of client services improves access to information for land managers, stakeholders and the public.

Opportunity for stakeholder engagement in forest management planning
The government ensures sustainable forest management through long-term strategic forest management plans for certain types of forest tenures.

Research and education
Increasing public knowledge and awareness through education initiatives allows stakeholders to assess and address forest management in an informed way.

Forest licence allocation
Timber allocations issued through various types of licences ensure a balance between forest growth and timber harvest, and serve as a regulatory framework for commercial use of the forest.

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