Good Forestry Practices definition

Good Forestry Practices means the proper implementation of harvest, renewal and maintenance activities known to be appropriate for the forest and environmental conditions under which they are being applied and that minimize detriments to forest values including significant ecosystems, important fish and wildlife habitat, soil and water quality and quantity, forest productivity and health and the aesthetics and recreational opportunities of the landscape;
Good Forestry Practices means good forestry practices as defined in subsection 1 (1) of the Forestry Act; (“bonnes pratiques forestières”)
Good Forestry Practices means the proper implementation of harvest, renewal and maintenance activities known to be appropriate for the forest and environmental conditions under which they are being applied and that minimize detriments to forest values including significant ecosystems, important fish and wildlife habitat, soil and water quality and quantity, forest productivity and health and the aesthetics and recreational opportunities of the landscape, and also includes, but is not limited to the forestry management practices set out in the Provincial Silvicultural Guidelines as referred to in the Forest Operations and Silviculture Manual and its revisions prepared under the authority of the Crown Forest Sustainability Act, S.O. 1994, c. 25. These Provincial Silvicultural Guidelines include, but are not limited, to: A Silvicultural Guide to Managing Southern Ontario Forests, Silvicultural Guide for the Tolerant Hardwood Forest in Ontario, A Tree Marking Guide for the Tolerant Hardwood Working Group in Ontario, A Silvicultural Guide for the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence Conifer Forest in Ontario;

Examples of Good Forestry Practices in a sentence

  • In addition, trees may be removed in accordance with accepted silva cultural practices as outlined in the publication entitled "Good Forestry Practices in the Granite State" by the Society for the Protection of NH Forests.

  • The Niagara Region hereby delegates to an Officer the authority to issue a Good Forestry Practices Permit under this By-law, and to impose such terms and conditions in accordance with Good Forestry Practices.

  • Every Person who intends to Injure or Destroy a Tree in a Woodlands shall complete and submit either an application for Good Forestry Practices or an application for Minor Exception to the General Manager.

  • The negotiations were partly in writing and partly oral, in the course of two meetings in June 2008.

  • Some By-laws provide an incentive to conduct Good Forestry Practices with reduced permit application fees.


More Definitions of Good Forestry Practices

Good Forestry Practices means the proper implementation of harvest, renewal and maintenance activities known to be appropriate for the forest and environmental conditions under which they are being applied and that minimize detriments to forest values including significant eco-systems, important fish habitat and wildlife habitat, soil and water quality and quantity, forest productivity and health and the aesthetics’ and recreational opportunities of the landscape. Such practices can be described in a Silvicultural Prescription approved by an OPFA Member, and in accordance with tree marking carried out by a Qualified Tree Marker.
Good Forestry Practices means the proper implementation of harvest, renewal and maintenance activities known to be appropriate for the forest and environmental conditions
Good Forestry Practices means the proper implementation of harvest, renewal and maintenance activities known to be appropriate for the woodlot and the environmental conditions under which it is being applied and which maintains woodlot values, including: significant ecosystems; important fish and wildlife habitat; soils; water quality and quantity; woodlot productivity and health; and the aesthetic and recreational values of the landscape;
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Good Forestry Practices means the proper implementation of harvest, renewal and maintenance activities known to be appropriate for the forest and environmental conditions under which they are being applied and that minimize detriments to forest values including Currency: October 2014 significant ecosystems, important fish and wildlife habitat, soil and water quality and quantity, forest productivity and health and the aesthetics and recreational opportunities of the landscape (Forestry Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.F-26. s.s. 1(1)).
Good Forestry Practices means:▪ the proper implementation of harvest, renewal and maintenance activities known to be appropriate for the forest and environmental conditions under which they are being applied and that minimize detriments to forest values, including: significant ecosystems; important fish and wildlife habitat; soil and water quality and quantity; forest productivity and health; vulnerable, threatened and endangered species as regulated by Provincial or Federal statute and the aesthetic and recreational opportunities of the landscape;▪ the cutting and removal of hazardous, severely damaged, diseased and insect-infested trees which must be removed in order to prevent contamination or infestation of other trees or because they no longer contribute to the achievement of forest values;▪ in the case of hazardous, damaged, diseased or insect-infested trees, the maintenance of a Woodland after the cutting and removal is completed unless it is determined through a report prepared by a Registered Professional Forester or a member in good standing of the Ontario Professional Foresters Association that trees must be removed and a Woodland would not be maintained but in no case shall clearcutting be allowed; and,▪ the forestry management practices as set out in the Ministry of Natural Resources document “A Silvicultural Guide to Managing Southern Ontario Forests”;
Good Forestry Practices means the proper implementation of harvest, renewal and maintenance activities known to be appropriate for the forest and environmental conditions under which they are being applied and that minimize detriments to forest values, including significant ecosystems, important fish and wildlife habitat, soil and water quality and quantity, forest productivity and health; Good Forestry Practices will be based on the most up-to-date "Provincial Silvicultural Guide" from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry;