Timber Supply Mitigation - Pruning
This activity requires that both a mapping standard, an overall standard (FS1001), and an activity-specific standard be followed.
- Silviculture Funding Criteria (PDF)
- General Standard (FS 1001) (PDF)
- Activity Specific Standard - Pruning (PDF)
- Process for Recipient Information Sharing with First Nations (PDF)
- Results Information Submission Specifications - Government Funded Silviculture Activities (PDF)
Other Related Information
- Silviculture Strategies
- Pruning Guidebook
- Habitat/Ecosystem Objectives and Monitoring Procedures for Incremental and Backlog Silviculture Treatments (PDF)
- Using Silviculture to Maintain & Enhance Grizzly Bear Habitat: Pr George Forest Region (PDF)
- Recruiting Caribou Habitat Using Silviculture Treatments
If this activity occurs in a declared and known area that impacts a species or ecosystem at risk, an identified wildlife species, or a regionally important species, the applicant must indicate in their FIRS submission the specific species/ecosystem and have available, on request, the location of recovery plans and/or other documents that detail the protective measures to be taken.
For information on UWR, regionally important species, or other local issues, discuss with your contacts at the MOE regional office.