5-year study to look at how move to ecological methods affects N.S. forests, economy

Industry News
  • Smaller Small Medium Big Bigger
  • Default Helvetica Segoe Georgia Times

A group of researchers led by Dalhousie University is studying how shifting to an ecological forestry model will affect Nova Scotians and the environment.

The province is trying to move toward more eco-friendly forestry practices after the 2018 Lahey report recommended a system that divides Crown land into three areas: one for conservation with no forestry activity; one designated for light-touch ecological forestry; and one designated for high-intensity forestry.


Source: CBC News


Legal Notice: Paper Advance is not responsible for the accuracy or availability of content on external websites.