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Alberta Forestry Associations

BC Forestry Associations

  • Western Silvicultural Contractors' Association - The Western Silvicultural Contractors' Association is committed to increasing the public good by promoting the proper management of forest ecosystems in Western Canada. It is dedicated to fostering and maintaining the highest standards of professional conduct and practice among its member silvicultural contractors and the forestry industry in general.
  • Truck Loggers Association - The TLA (The Truck Loggers Association) is the official voice of independent forest contractors located throughout B.C.'s coastal region. Organized by truck loggers in the 1940's, it was established to promote their voice in policy and legislation.
  • Federation of British Columbia Woodlot Associations (FBCWA) - The Federation of British Columbia Woodlot Associations (FBCWA) promotes the economic and social interests of woodlot licensees, private forest landowners and others involved in small-scale forest management in British Columbia.
  • Council of Forest Industries (COFI) - COFI - Council of Forest Industries - The Voice of the British Columbia Interior Forest Industry.
  • Interior Lumber Manufacturers’ Association - The Interior Lumber Manufacturers’ Association is the voice of local forestry companies working in British Columbia’s southern interior. As a central agency, we develop and communicate our position on forest policy issues of critical importance to our members.
  • North West Loggers Association - The North West Loggers Association has evolved from a rate negotiating arm of the contracting community to a diversified group involved in many facets of the forest industry. Along with the traditional contractors, log haulers and associated industries, the NWLA has welcomed licensees, small sawmillers, log brokers and silviculture companies as members, including many First Nation Band Corporations now becoming involved in the forest industry.
  • Western Fallers Association - The WFA is the official voice of the Independent / Contract Faller in the province of British Columbia. The WFA is giving its members strong representation with the Workers Compensation Board, the Licensees, Truck Loggers Association, Interior Loggers Association, Central Interior Loggers Association, Northwest Loggers Association, Steelworkers Union and Provincial Government with many areas of concern we have as owner/operator fallers.
  • Coast Forest Products Association - Coast Forest Products Association represents coastal forest companies engaged in the production of a full range of forest products, including primary and value-added solid wood products, logs, and a variety of pulp and paper products. Together these companies represent a significant portion of the supply chain of the forest economy on the coast of British Columbia
  • BC First Nations Forestry Council - BC First Nations Forestry Council (FNFC) promotes First Nations business opportunities in forestry, and collaborates with government on forest land use planning, tenure and revenue sharing.
  • Association of BC Forest Professionals - The Association of BC Forest Professionals is responsible for registering and regulating British Columbia's professional foresters and forest technologists.
  • Log Market - Log Market provides market analyses and log pricing information for BC Log Buyers, Primary Processors, Contractors, Licence Holders and Land Holders.

Canadian Forestry Associations

  • Canadian Forestry Association (CFA) - The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is the voice of Canada's wood, pulp and paper producers nationally and internationally in government, trade, and environmental affairs.
  • Canadian Wood Council (CWC) - The Canadian Wood Council (CWC) is the national association representing manufacturers of Canadian wood products used in construction. We enable the selling of Canadian wood products through programs and services focused on creating market access and demand.
  • Forest Stewardship Council FSC Canada - Canada is an international non-profit organization founded in 1993 to support environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial, and economically viable management of the world's forests. FSC certification is internationally recognized.
  • Canadian Institute of Forestry/l'Institut forestier du Canada (CIF/IFC) - The Canadian Institute of Forestry/l'Institut forestier du Canada (CIF/IFC) is the national voice of forest practitioners. Formed in 1908, the Institute represents foresters, forest technologists and technicians, ecologists, biologists, geographers, educators, scientists and many others with a professional interest in forestry.
  • Canadian Women in Timber - Canadian Women in Timber is dedicated to informing the public regarding our forests and forest industry by promoting Forest Awareness Through Education..
  • Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) - The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is the voice of Canada's wood, pulp and paper producers nationally and internationally in government, trade, and environmental affairs.
  • Canadian Model Forest Network - Canadian Model Forest Network represents 14 non-profit member organizations nationwide. They bring together the information, tools and best practices to help support forest-based communities overcome obstacles that affect their long-term social and economic well-being.
  • Canadian Woodlands Forum - The Canadian Woodlands Forum is a not-for profit membership based organization recognized for its commitment to effective, quality woodlands operations in support of sustainable forest management in Canada.

Canadian Forestry Resources

  • naturally:wood - naturally:wood is a comprehensive information resource that brings together the latest, most reliable data about wood performance, green building and life cycle assessment, as well as British Columbia’s wide variety of forest products, manufacturers, sustainable forest practices, certification of forests, wood products and more.
  • Canadian Forestry Accreditation Board - The Canadian Forestry Accreditation Board is responsible for the accreditation of Canadian university forestry programs for the purpose of meeting academic requirements for professional certification.
  • Canadian Lumber Standards Accreditation Board (CLSAB) - The Canadian Lumber Standards Accreditation Board (CLSAB) is the official body that monitors the quality of Canada’s lumber grading and identification system.

Manitoba Forestry Associations

  • Manitoba Forestry Association (MFA) - As Manitoba’s oldest conservation education organization, the Manitoba Forestry Association (MFA) is a leader in the field of forest education. Our mission is to inform and educate all Manitobans about wise management of trees and forests, to ensure they will remain healthy and productive not only for today, but for future generations.

New Brunswick Forestry Associations

Newfoundland and Labrador Forestry Associations

Northwest Territories Forestry Resources

  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources - The Department of Environment and Natural Resources provides a policy, planning and regulatory framework for the stewardship, protection and sustainable management of forest resources on 33-million hectares of land in the Northwest Territories.

Nova Scotia Forestry Associations

  • Registered Professional Foresters Association of Nova Scotia (RPFANS) - The Registered Professional Foresters Association of Nova Scotia (RPFANS) is a non-profit association for professional foresters who are dedicated to professional conduct and continued forestry education to improve the holistic management of the forest resources in the Province of Nova Scotia.
  • Nova Scotia Forest Technicians Association - Nova Scotia Forest Technicians Association is the certifying body of forest technicians in the province of Nova Scotia.
  • Forestry Safety Society of Nova Scotia - Forestry Safety Society of Nova Scotia develops and delivers cost effective, quality training programs. These programs will ensure a safe work environment and a skilled work force for the Forestry Industry of Nova Scotia, Canada in compliance with Industry and Government regulations.
  • Federation of Nova Scotia Woodland Owners - The Federation of Nova Scotia Woodland Owners is comprised of small-private woodland owners. Their purpose is to help better the position of Nova Scotia small-private woodland owners.
  • Association for Sustainable Forestry - The Association for Sustainable Forestry provides small private woodland owners with the financial means to implement forest improvement work on their properties.

Ontario Forestry Associations

  • Ontario Forestry Association - The Ontario Forestry Association is dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of all aspects of Ontario's forests.
  • Ontario Forest Industries Association - The Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) is a provincial trade association representing member companies ranging from large multinational corporations to small, family owned businesses that produce a broad range of products including pulp, paper, paperboard, lumber, panelboard, plywood and veneer.
  • Ontario Professional Foresters Association - The Ontario Professional Foresters Association (OPFA) is committed to actively contributing to the sustainability of Ontario's forests by assuring the highest professional standards of practice in forestry.

PEI Forestry Resources

  • Department of Agriculture and Forestry - Prince Edward Island's Department of Agriculture and Forestry - Forests, Fish and Wildlife
  • PEI Model Forest Partnership - The PEI Model Forest Partnership is a diverse group working co-operatively to develop forest communities based on sound ecological, social and economic principals. The PEIMFNP works with support from the Canadian Model Forest Network,Nova Forest Alliance and the Department of Environment, Energy and Forestry.

Quebec Forestry Associations

  • Order of Forest Engineers of Quebec - L'Ordre des ingénieurs forestiers du Québec - The Order of Forest Engineers of Quebec ensures the quality of services rendered by its members to the people, by controlling the admission to the practice of forest engineering, maintenance of skills and monitoring the performance of the profession by a professional inspection and regular application of a disciplinary process. L'Ordre des ingénieurs forestiers du Québec s'assure de la qualité des services rendus par ses membres à la population, par un contrôle de l'admission à la pratique du génie forestier, le maintien des compétences et la surveillance de l'exercice de la profession par une inspection professionnelle régulière et l'application d'un processus disciplinaire.
  • Association des consultants en foresterie - L’Association des consultants en foresterie du Québec (ACF), un organisme sans but lucratif, a été fondée en 1999. L’ACF représente plus de trente bureaux-conseils regroupés parmi dix-sept membres actifs oeuvrant dans les principaux secteurs du génie-conseil en foresterie au Québec. The Association des consultants en foresterie du Québec (ACF) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1999. The ACF represents more than thirty consulting offices operated by seventeen active member firms from Québec’s principal forestry engineering and consulting sectors.
  • Le Conseil de l'industrie forestière du Québec (CIFQ) - Council of the Quebec Forest Industry (CIFQ) - Le Conseil de l'industrie forestière du Québec (CIFQ) est le porte-parole de l’industrie forestière au Québec. The Council of the Quebec Forest Industry (CIFQ) is the spokesman for the forestry industry in Quebec.

Saskatchewan Forestry Associations

  • Association of Saskatchewan Forestry Professionals - The ASFP seeks to promote the profession of forestry and its members, and to satisfy the public demand for competent and ethical management of the province's forests. The Association is home to Saskatchewan’s forestry practitioners who wish to demonstrate their dedication and ongoing commitment to the profession.

Yukon Forestry Associations

  • Yukon Wood Products Association - The Yukon Wood Products Association (YWPA) is a non-profit society representing forest industry businesses that manage, harvest, manufacture, or sell wood products in the Yukon.

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