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Forest Management Unit P14 2009 forest management plan

Description

Forest company forest management plans (FMPs) detail when, where and how timber on Alberta Crown land will be managed in order to balance social, economic and environmental needs based on input from the public, Indigenous peoples and interest groups. The forest management planning area under consideration is Crown Forest Management Unit (FMU) P14. The FMP encompasses FMU P14, which is almost entirely located within the Lower Peace Land-use Framework planning region with a small portion located within the Upper Peace Land-use Framework planning region in northern Alberta; it falls within the Central Mixedwood, Dry Mixedwood and Lower Boreal Highlands Natural Subregions.

Updated

April 22, 2020

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Central Mixedwood Natural Subregion Dry Mixedwood Natural Subregion FMU P14 FMUs Lower Boreal Highlands Natural Subregion Lower Peace Land-Use Region forest industry forest management forest management planning forest management plans forest management units forestry practices

Title and publication information

Alternative Title

P14 2009-2018 forest management plan

Extent

501 pages

Frequency

Other

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Agriculture and Forestry

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Subject Information

Spatial Coverage

Forest Management Unit P14

Start Date

2009-01-01

End Date

2018-01-01

Resource Dates

Date Created

2009-12-15

Date Added

2020-05-13T18:05:04.781859

Date Modified

2020-04-22

Date Issued

2009-12-15

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Usage / Licence

Usage Considerations

Forest management plans (FMPs) for Crown Forest Management Units are prepared by the Government of Alberta. FMPs focus on how activities (i.e., establishing, growing and harvesting timber) of tenure holders will be managed in order to reduce negative impacts on other resource users and resource values. This is accomplished by managing the forest management activities to create a desirable future forest. FMPs also provide direction to forest operations and include specific areas identified for reforestation and harvesting activities.

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