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Class environmental assessment for forest management on crown lands in Ontario

Class environmental assessment for forest management on crown lands in Ontario

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Published by Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest management -- Environmental aspects -- Ontario,
  • Forest management -- Ontario,
  • Forests and forestry -- Ontario

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsOntario. Ministry of Natural Resources.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD146O5 C45 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (loose-leaf) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20151475M

    The Five-Year Environmental Assessment Report on Forest Management (Five Year-EA Report) describes the implementation of the conditions of Declaration Order MNR (MNR) by the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR). MNR provides Environmental Assessment Act (EA Act) approval for forest management on Crown lands in Ontario. The Whitefeather Forest (Figure ) is a located in northwestern Ontario within the boreal forest management unit covers an area of 1,, hectares (ha) ( million acres (ac)) of land, consisting of , ha ( million ac) of managed Crown land, , ha ( million ac) of Provincial Parks (unmanaged Crown land), ha (2, ac) of federal lands (First Nations.


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Class environmental assessment for forest management on crown lands in Ontario Download PDF EPUB FB2

The environmental assessment requirements for forest management are contained in Declaration Order MNR It contains 61 conditions that the MNRF and the forest industry Handbook for Getting Involved in Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario.

Timber Class Environmental Assessment Hearing – the hearing into Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario, conducted before the Environmental Assessment Board, between May and November Timber Management Guidelines for the Provision of Moose Habitat-the guidelines of the same name, prepared by MNR ().File Size: KB.

Resources for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario (EA). The Forest Management Planning Manual was originally regulated under the Crown Forest Sustainability Act in The Forest Management Planning Manual () incorporates conditions 1 to 26 of MNR’s Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario ().File Size: 2MB.

The Forest Management Planning Manual provides direction based on the legislative requirements of the Crown Forest Sustainability Act and the Environmental Assessment Board’s Decision on MNR's Class Environmental Assessment for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario (), as amended and extended by subsequent Declaration Orders and their conditions, under the Environmental Assessment Act.

The “ Class Environmental Assessment by the Ministry of Natural Resources for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario” as approved by the Environmental Assessment Board (April 5, ) required the MNR to design and implement a program to monitor population trends. Declaration Order regarding MNR’s Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario Having considered the Report prepared by the Minister’s Environmental Assessment Advisory Panel, entitled “Improving Environmental Assessment in Ontario: A Framework for Reform”, March.

The area where land and water meet is called the riparian zone. It is a transition zone, containing elements of both upland and aquatic ecosystems. Because of this, it is the most productive environment in the forest. INTRODUCTION. A primary objective for forest management practices in the vicinity of water bodies is to minimize soil and site.

The FMPM is the pivotal document that provides direction for all aspects of forest management planning for Crown lands in Ontario within the area of the undertaking, as defined in Schedule 1 of MNRF’s Environmental Assessment Act Requirements for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario, () (Declaration Order MNR).

This FMPM. Condition 38e of the Declaration Order MNR regarding MNR’s Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario requires new revised forest management guides to be pilot tested to assess their effectiveness and efficiency where feasible, with the advice of the Provincial Forest Technical Committee.

Environmental Assessment for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario. The EA Board’s decision approved the timber management process MNR described to the board with binding terms and conditions.

One of these conditions requires MNR to make an annual report on Forest Management to the Legislature. This is the third such annual report. Class environmental assessment by the Ministry of Natural Resources for timber management on crown lands in Ontario 'EA' Subject(s): Forest policy - Ontario, Environmental impact analysis - Ontario, Forest management - Ontario.

Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario (MNR-7 1 and MNR) 3. Declaration Order MNR The materials on this web site are protected by Crown copyright. You may copy and re-distribute any of the Environmental Bill of Rights information on this web site provided that the contents remain unchanged.

Ontario. Environmental Assessment Board. Reasons for decision and decision: class environmental assessment by the Ministry of Natural Resources for timber management on Crown Lands in Ontario. Regional SD E5O5A48 Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources.

forest management planning, collection and reporting of forest management information, forest operations, compliance and enforcement, forest resource allocation and licensing, setting and payment of Crown charges, and independent forest audits.

Forest management on Crown lands in Ontario is also regulated by the Environmental Assessment Act. The FMPM incorporates requirements of a number of conditions from MNR’s Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario (Declaration Order MNR as amended by MNR/2.

Environmental assessment requirements for forest management on Crown lands in Ontario (MNR) Source law.

The full set of provincial rules related to the environmental assessment process is set out in: The Environmental Assessment Act; Regulation —organizations subject/exempt from the Act; Ontario Regulation /08—Transit Projects. Reasons for decision and decision Class Environmental Assessment by the Ministry of Natural Resources for timber management on Crown lands in Ontario.

Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Toronto, Ontario, pp. The Class EA sets out procedures and environmental planning principles for Conservation Authorities to follow to plan, design, evaluate, implement and monitor a remedial flood and erosion control project so that environmental effects are considered as required under the Environmental Assessment Class EA allows Conservation Authorities to undertake these.

Response 7: Forest management planning has changed since the Class EA was approved inin that MNR is now required by legislation (the Crown Forest Sustainability Act, ) to manage the forest in a sustainable manner to meet social, economic and environmental.

Executive Summary. The Introduction to the Guide for Crown Land Use Planning (hereafter referenced as the Guide) outlines the nature of the direction provided by the Guide and the area where the direction must be policies include: The Guide must be applied to all Crown land use planning carried out under the authority of the Public Lands Act, south of the Far North boundary, and to.

Ontario Regulation /04 (governing Independent Forest Audits) made under the Crown Forest Sustainability Act and the Conditions of MNR’s Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario () as amended.

Decision: Class Environmental Assessment by the Ministry of Natural Resources for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario (EA); and (b) the Whitefeather Forest, as defined in Figure 1 of Declaration Order regarding Forest Management on Crown Lands in the Whitefeather Forest (MNR).

This Forest Management Planning Manual incorporates. The ministry has completed the reporting requirements in line with Condition 57 of Declaration Order MNR, the ministry’s environmental assessment requirements for forest management on Crown Lands in Ontario.

The reporting period for. Hearing of the proposal by the Ministry of Natural Resources for a Class Environmental Assessment for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario: in the matter of the Environmental Assessment Act, R.S.O. c; and, in the matter of the Class Environmental Assessment for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario.

Crown Forest Sustainability Act, ; Regulation /95, Forestry Act, Algonquin Forestry Authority Act, Decision of the Environmental Assessment Board of the Class Environmental Assessment by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario ( terms and conditions), requirement stated in Term and Condition 94 (T&C 94) of the class environmental assessment for timber management on Crown lands in Ontario (MOEE ).

T&C 94 states that “all existing silvicultural guides shall be reviewed to ensure that they reflect current scientific knowledge as it applies to Ontario, and to provide descriptions of.

in the order entitled “Declaration Order made under the Environmental Assessment Act regarding MNR’s Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario”, dated Jthat is posted on the Ministry’s website ().

Reg. /04, s. 1 (1); O. Reg. 54/12, s. 1 (1). Forest Management Guide for Natural Disturbance Pattern Emulation — TABLE OF CONTENTS v. As a result of the Class Environmental Assessment by the Ministry of Natural Resources for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario(), one of the Environmental Assessment (EA) Board’s terms and conditions (T&C) of.

The annual report on forest management addresses legal requirements outlined in the Crown Forest Sustainability Act (CFSA) and the Declaration Order regarding MNR’s Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown lands in Ontario. This is the fifteenth annual report on forest management, and covers the period.

in the order entitled “Declaration Order made under the Environmental Assessment Act regarding MNR’s Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario”, dated Jthat is posted on the Ministry’s website ().

The Kenogami Forest is located in the Boreal Forest Region and in the northern portion of the “area of the undertaking” as defined in the Class Environmental Assessment for the Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario.

The forest is bordered on the south by Lake Superior and the north by the Kapikotongwa River. Environmental Assessment Class Environmental Assessment for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario, dated April 5, (“Forest EA Approval”). The Forest EA Approval is a “class environmental assessment” under Part II.1 of the EAA.

There is a general statutory discretion to apply, or not apply, a class environmental assessment. Knowledge of CFSA, MNR's Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario and its associated conditions. Forest Management Planning Manual and requirements, forest management policies, procedures and programs at an advanced level.

Comprehensive Land Use Planning in the Northern Boreal (the area north of the Area of Undertaking as designated by the Declaration Order regarding MNR’s Class Environmental Assessment Approval for Forest Management on Crown Lands in Ontario).

The Ministries of the Environment (MoE), Natural Resources (MNR) and Northern. forest land, sustainable forest use, and what constitutes good forestry. In Ontario, this concern has been demonstrated by a lengthy and expensive Class Environmental Assessment (EA) for Timber Management (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resourcesrevised ), and by frequent news media coverage of such topics as: • clearcutting.

for forest management on public forest lands (called Crown Lands) undertook a Class EA for its opera-tions and management approaches. It did this be-cause it was legally required to do so.

The application was submitted to the Ministry of Envi-ronment, which in turn referred the application to the Ontario Environmental Assessment Board (EAB) for. Ontario Environmental Assessment Board. Reasons for decision and decision class environmental assessment by the Ministry of Natural Resources for timber management on Crown lands in Ontario EA Ontario Environmental Assessment Board.

From to chaired the landmark Class Environmental Assessment for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario at 15 locations across Ontario. Also served jointly with the Ontario Municipal Board at public hearings on developing aggregate resources and heard appeals related to development on the.

An analysis of literature on natural fire disturbances in relation to Ontario's Forest Management Guide for Natural Disturbance Pattern Emulation (Forest research information paper, ISSN A STRATEGY FOR CROWN LANDS FOREST MANAGEMENT BUILDING BLOCKS: The Details of the Strategy For more than a decade, the forest industry has made the call for a strong timber objective as the driver of Crown forest management.

Today, the Government is putting that policy into place. This new timber objective creates the. The majority (94%) of the TMU is comprised of Crown land.

However, only approximately 2/3 of the crown productive forest land is available to forest management with the remaining area found in provincial parks, conservation reserves and other “no forestry” land uses.

In fact, the Class Environmental Assessment for Forest Management on Crown Lands of Ontario (Environmental Assessment Board, ) requires the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources to determine both the effectiveness of guidelines designed to protect tourism values and the effects of forest management on resource-based tourism.million hectares) is Crown land subject to the undertaking, and is referred to as the "Area of the Undertaking" in this De cision.

[Source: Ontario Environmental Assessment Board, April Reasons for Decision: Class Envi ronmental Assessment by the Ministry of Natural Resources for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario.