Forest Products Association of Canada

Tree Talk Blog

NRDC needs to understand the facts on Caribou

October 5, 2017 Tree Talk Blog

Recent blogs issued by U.S.-based Natural Resources Defence Council clearly demonstrate a lack of understanding of the complexity of the caribou issue and sustainable forest management in Canada – and in some cases unfortunately misrepresents what is actually happening on the ground. To restate, FPAC and our partners – numerous Indigenous communities across the country, […]

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Standing tall for our sector’s sustainable practices

September 19, 2017 Tree Talk Blog

  As this year’s annual meeting of the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers (CCFM) came to a close last week in Ottawa, there were a number of key takeaways – Canada has among the world’s most sustainable forest practices with a shared commitment to continuous improvement; jobs in forestry are the backbone of hundreds of […]

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Collaborative Efforts toward Wetland Stewardship

September 6, 2017 Tree Talk Blog

by Christopher Smith, Head Boreal Conservation Programs, Ducks Unlimited Canada The boreal forest is a global treasure. It is the largest terrestrial ecosystem in Canada, stretching from Newfoundland to Alaska. It represents about 30 per cent of Canada and holds 75 per cent of our forest. It contains the majority of Canada’s freshwater and 85 […]

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Partnering for Caribou Conservation

August 1, 2017 Tree Talk Blog

by Dr. Laura Finnegan, fRI Research Caribou are well adapted to Canada’s boreal forest, but the danger to all specialists is change. And much change has come to caribou ranges in Alberta. Caribou habitat is criss-crossed by roads and seismic lines. New growth post-harvest and after oil and gas development draws moose, deer, and elk […]

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Collaboration for Conservation

February 27, 2017 Tree Talk Blog

By Kathy Abusow, President and CEO of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. Canada’s boreal forest is part of each of our lives every day. The boreal forest filters the air we breathe and cleans the water we drink. It provides wildlife habitat and improves our quality of life through recreation and its astounding natural beauty. […]

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