MANAGING FOR FISH AND WILDLIFE VALUES WITHIN THE FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANNING PROCESS
The two processes presently used for forest management planning on Crown land in Ontario are discussed with respect to planning for the management of fish and wildlife values. The “traditional” approach is via the management plan, operating plan and annual plan which accommodate fish and wildlife input at each level. The Forest Management Agreement approach is via the agreement, ground rules, management plan, operating plan and annual plan which accommodate fish and wildlife input at only the agreement, ground rule and operating plan levels.
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