Resource Library

1 year 1 month
2015 / PDF
The Kwiakah First Nation is concerned about the impacts to key aquatic resources from past and proposed industrial logging in Phillips Arm. They commissioned Ecofish Research Ltd. (Ecofish) to conduct the Phillips Arm Aquatic Resource Assessment, which examined the current status of salmon, eelgrass, bivalves (clams) and crabs in Phillips Arm (Hocking et al. 2015). Eelgrass and clam resources...
Resource Producer: Kwiakah First Nation
Author(s): Leah Ballin, MSFM, R.P.Bio., R.P.F, Morgan Hocking, Ph.D., R.P.Bio., Todd Hatfield, Ph.D, R.P.Bio.
3 years 5 months
2009 /
4. The [X] First Nation has the right to maintain, control, protect, and develop their cultural heritage, traditional knowledge, and traditional cultural expressions, as well as the manifestations of their sciences, technologies, and cultures, including human and genetic resources, seeds, medicines, knowledge of the properties of fauna and flora, oral traditions, literatures, designs, sports, and...
3 years 5 months
2011 /
For this phase of the project we started out with a list of all current Canim Lake Band (CLB) forestry obligations and planned obligations including Road Permits, Road Use Permits and Cut Blocks. The spatial data for the project was organized onto two shape files, one shape file contained all roads data and the other shape file contained all block data.
3 years 5 months
2010 /
For as many as 160 of the 200 First Nations communities in BC, the forestry business offers the main option for economic development in the foreseeable future.
3 years 6 months
2010 /
An Action Plan developed by the First Nations Chiefs and leaders in BC in 2005 to set out a collective response to the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic.  The First Nations Forestry Council is responsible for the implementation of this Plan.
3 years 6 months
2010 /
An Action Plan developed by First Nations Chiefs and leaders in BC in 2007 to ensure that the cultural, ecological, economic and social relationship between First Nations and the forests is recognized, maintained and shared, and to support First nations in their community development and political efforts.  The Plan contains a vision, mission principles, goals, and actions to be implemented byt...
3 years 6 months
2010 /
In order to compare access to Crown tenure across Canadian jurisdictions it is necessary to establish a common classification system. This way, the level of access to Tree Farm Licenses in British Columbia, for example, can be compared with that of Timber Supply and Forest Management Agreements in Quebec.
3 years 6 months
2010 /
Eel Ground Forestry located within the Eel Ground First Nation Community has become a model leader of forestry management, which has been accredited for their achievement and excellence through organizations such as ,NBCC, FNFP, CIF, NB Conservation Council and the Environmental Network of New Brunswick.Eel Ground Forestry Group is responsible for the active management of 2853 hectors of...
3 years 6 months
2010 /
Based on observations by Mackenzie Forest District staff, First Nation Non- Replaceable Forest License (NRFL) holders were identified as a customer segment that was at risk of not meeting the expectations of the intent of the tenure agreement. The District’s service plan thus included a project that would address this risk by improving licensee understanding of the forest license tenure and other...

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