Canada’s forests are world renowned for their vastness, abundance, and majestic beauty. They have been a vital part of this country’s livelihood and history and continue to play a central role in shaping the cultural, spiritual, recreational, and economic pursuits of Canadians.
Forests in Canada are sustainably managed for a variety of economic, ecological, and social benefits for both current and future generations...
Forests have been the backbone of Canada’s economy for generations and will continue to be central to meeting climate change goals…
Canadians and Communities
Forests and forest resources are integral to Canadian life and participation in decisions relating to forest use and management is key to their well-being…
Launching a new Forest Vision for Canada
Inspired by input from people across the country, the CCFM has developed A Shared Vision for Forests in Canada: Toward 2030.
A Shared Vision for Forests in Canada: Toward 2030
Sustainable forest management is a way of caring for forests to maintain their benefits over time. In Canada, sustainable forest management decisions and activities are based on scientific research, rigorous planning processes and public consultation.
Renewed Forest Bioeconomy Framework
Ministers endorsed a Renewed Forest Bioeconomy Framework. The Renewed Framework builds on the 2017 Forest Bioeconomy Framework for Canada by focusing directly on addressing the continuing challenges the forest sector faces to realize the potential of the forest bioeconomy in Canada. A corresponding set of responsive actions for jurisdictions to implement as appropriate was developed […]
Compendium of Forest Education Resources for Youth and Educators
This compendium includes a list of educational resources for youth and educators on various forestry topics such as biodiversity of forests and trees, sustainable forest management, and forest based industries and products.