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The report presents information on a set of six criteria and eighteen local level indicators that cover a range of environmental, social and economic concerns and uses the Criteria and Indicators framework developed by the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers. While these eighteen indicators are by no means complete, they do represent a practical starting point.

  • Date Published 1999
  • Author Lorne Johnson
  • Date Published 2018
  • Author EOMF Admin
  • Date Published 2019
  • Author EOMF Admin

This critical assessment looks at outstanding issues, dynamics of the operating environment, key accomplishments and unexpected outcomes that have resulted, all in the context of Naturalized Knowledge Systems.

  • Date Published 2002
  • Author E. Holmes, H. Lickers, B. Bakley

Presented at the 2018 Winter Woodlot Conference

  • Date Published February 21, 2018
  • Author Martin Streit

The EOMF Forest Certification Program allows for numerous landowners and community forests to share the benefits and costs of FSC certification by certifying their lands, with one certificate. This guide illustrates a step-by-step certification process for community forests.

  • Date Published 2008
  • Author EOMF

Forest certification is a voluntary, market-based concept. Forest certification ensures that forest owners, practitioners, and operators comply with established and sustainable management standards. This document provides a guide for woodlot owners interested in certification.

  • Date Published 2010
  • Author EOMF

This manual is a comprehensive guide for sugar bush operators interested in improving and maintaining a healthy and productive sugar bush.

  • Date Published 2006
  • Author D. Chapeskie, M. Richardson, A. Wheeler, B. Sajan, P. Neave

A review of the available literature about the effectiveness of buffer strips for the maintenance and enhancement of riparian ecosystems.

  • Date Published 2002
  • Author Brian Hickey, Bruce Doran

This report reviews a variety of forest mensuration methodologies and discusses some of the advantages and disadvantages of these models.

  • Date Published 1994
  • Author Jeremy Williams

A guide for those who require a detailed inventory of their woodlot to develop a woodlot management plan.

  • Date Published 1997
  • Author EOMF
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