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A summary of the findings showed that in terms of governance challenges, landowners are concerned with leadership and coordination of forest management planning on woodlots, seeming lack of government interest in woodlots and urban forests, poor economic returns on woodlots and distance to physical participation in MF activities. These notwithstanding, majority of participants recognized the EOMF as an important organization for promoting governance for the sustainable management of woodlots. Specifically, the EOMF offered the opportunity for landowners with diverse motivations for owning and managing forests to be brought together and to explore and opportunities for achieving these motivations.

  • Date Published June 2019
  • Author John Boakye-Danquah

Presented at the 2018 Christmas Forest Seminar

  • Date Published December 12, 2018
  • Author Geneviève Mercier
    Senior Environmental Strategy and Programs Officer
    NCC
  • Date Published February 2017
  • Author Eric Boysen, New Leaf Forest Services

This report will provide guidance to woodland owners who participate in a biodiversity monitoring network.

  • Date Published 2002
  • Author Stewart Hamill

This document addresses the role of photo interpretation in supplying the information requirements for IRM

  • Date Published 1995
  • Author EOMF

Presented at the 2017 Winter Woodlot Conference

  • Date Published February 2017
  • Author Achille Drouin

This report provides a clear and concise synopsis of what is being done regarding provision of ecological goods and services on private lands in Canada.

  • Date Published 2009
  • Author Canadian Model Forest

Presented at the 2017 Winter Woodlot Conference

  • Date Published February 2017
  • Author Peter Kimbell, Warning Preparedness Meterologist
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