The AWS describes upcoming forest management activities (harvest, site preparation, tree plant, tending, road construction etc.) that may occur during the period of April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022.
The Ontario MNRF, NorthWinds Environmental Services and the Armstrong Local Citizen’s Committee invite you to review and comment on the 2021-2023 Draft Contingency Plan for the Wabadowgang Noopming Forest. Comments due by February 17th, 2021.
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF), Ne-Daa-Me-Naan Inc. and the Geraldton Area Natural Resources Advisory Committee (GANRAC) invite you to participate in the review of proposed operations. This review is being held as part of the detailed planning of operations for the ten-year period of the 2021-2031
To view the following Forest Management Plans for the Nagagami and Martel Magpie Forest click on read more.
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF), Rayonier Advanced Materials and the Martel and Magpie Forests Local Citizens’ Committee (LCC) invite you to review and comment on the 2021-2031 Draft Forest Management Plan (FMP) for the Martel-Magpie Forest.
Maps for slash pile burning on the Black Spruce, Dog River-Matawin and Armstrong portion of the Lake Nipigon Forest can be found below. The prescribed burn will reduce the area covered in slash piles while increasing the area available for regeneration and reducing the fire hazard. The burn is scheduled
As part of MNRF ongoing efforts to regenerate and protect Ontario’s forests, some recently harvested areas have been selected to be burned under the guidelines of the MNRF’s Prescribed Burn Manual. The prescribed burn will reduce the area covered in slash piles while increasing the area available for regeneration and
To view the Forest Management Plans for the following forests Nagagami, Pic, East Portion of Lake Nipigon, and Black Spruce Forest click on read more.
Lakehead Forest Management Unit will be doing a Prescribed Burn from September 1- November 30 2020. See below for the 421 ha area that will be burned during that time. If you have any questions or concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 807-623-4635.
While the Restricted Fire Zone (RFZ) has been lifted, minimizing wildland fires in Ontario continues to be a priority for us – and we are seeking your support. Preventing human-caused fires is everybody’s responsibility. We know we can count on you to help reduce fire hazards and ensure the health