Collaborative Forest Management for the Slave Lake Region

The Lesser Slave Lake Regional Forest Management Plan is a roadmap for forest use and sustainability in the Slave Lake region. The plan is due for submission in 2020 and approval in 2021, and will apply to the region for the following ten years. Slave Lake area forest products companies are jointly developing the plan, creating shared goals, standards, and objectives. The success of the plan and the strength of these objectives depends on public input. The companies welcome and are seeking public input into the plan. Together, we can create a sustainable, multi-purpose forest in the Slave Lake region.

Plan Timelines and Progress

 

NEWS - Consultation Update

  • Posted on: 10 November 2017
  • By: admin

June, 2017 marked the beginning of official Lesser Slave Lake Regional Forest Management Plan consultation between the Companies and the 15 Government of Alberta (GoA)-directed First Nation and Métis Settlement communities. A Project Introduction package was delivered to each community that included an introductory letter, a consultation process description, a detailed Plain Language Information Package (including an overview map), a copy of the Terms of Reference, and a copy of the GoA consultation requirement letter the Companies received.