Forsite completed an individual tree inventory for approximately 30,000 ha of forest land in the East Kootenay’s.
Forsite’s professional staff delineated actual internal (retention patches) and external boundaries and in-block road crossings for 651 harvested areas totaling approximately 10,000 hectares.
Since 2015 Forsite has managed the LLCF, with many strategic initiatives identified and several targets achieved.
Forsite facilitated the participation of licensees and government in the preparation of plan inputs, assumptions, and completed forest estate modelling and documentation in accordance with Ontario’s Forest Management Plan standard for several Ontario forests.
This project spanned 3 years and included the co-development of a new Forest Management Plan standard in Saskatchewan and consideration of federal species at risk designation for Woodland Caribou.
An assessment of the sustainable timber harvesting levels for the Tree Farm License - subject to management for a wide range of other values – was needed to set an Annual Allowable Cut for the Tree Farm License.
The product will allow forest planners to schedule forest activities in order to minimize impact to migratory bird nests and populations.
Forsite ensured the appropriate professionals were involved and assessments were completed for the regulatory review of proposed marina upgrades.
Forsite produced quality data to clients that accurately reflects the status of their regenerating lands, and worked with clients to incorporate the use of technology to transition from surveys to large scale aerial imagery.
A Forsite specialist oversees the forestry interests of Chu Cho Forestry LLP and ensures its forest tenures are in good standing.
Forsite provided the Alberta government with a clear understanding of wildfire risks and provided direction on a priority risk mitigation response.
Forsite's information enables Interfor to increase the identification of volume that is available for their development program.
Facilitation of a collaborative Forest Stewardship Plan renewal process that involved all forest tenure holders within the Kamloops Timber Supply Area.
Using a custom operating plan template and GIS mapping applications, Forsite provides quality documentation and maps for approval by the Ministry of Environment Forest Service.
Developing a strategy and recommendations for the client on how wetland and waterfowl habitat can be further recognized within forestry legislation within the five provincial jurisdictions.
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