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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: .. What is a Model Forest?.. Where is the Model Forest?.. Objectives.. Presidents Message.. Board of Directors.. Management Team.. Current Newsletter.. Partner Benefit Program.. Partners.. Projects.. Partner Inititives.. Legacy Programs.. Envirothon.. Forest Community Program (2007-2012).. LCN Sites.. About.. Information for Teachers.. DVD Powerpoint Presentations.. Worksheets.. Case Studies.. Supplementary Materials.. Compendium.. Publications.. Archived Newsletters.. Contact Details.. Staff Contacts.. Office Location.. Work in the forest has been a vital part of Newfoundland and Labrador s heritage for generations.. The forest sector is at the heart of the province s economy, with thousands of people employed in industries such as pulp and paper production, sawmilling, and forest management.. So when the forest sector faces economic and environmental challenges, the people who depend on it for their livelihood feel the pressure.. Model Forest of Newfoundland Labrador will strive to unite the people and communities most affected by forest management  ...   forest sector.. We see people rising to economic challenges and creating healthy local economies.. Working together, we envision strong, forest-based communities that will ensure our forest heritage for generations to come.. Our partnership is intent on change- we invite you to come be a part of it.. Featured Publications.. MFNL Annual Report.. MFNL Newsletter Summer 2011.. Domestic Woodcutting Manual.. Residential Consumer Guide to Wood Pellets.. (*Newly Released).. MFNL Kidzone.. Crafts and Programs.. Click here for more details.. Events:.. National Forest Week.. Rural Revitalization from our Forest Conference.. News:.. MFNL E-updates.. CMFNL News.. IMFN News.. FCP News.. NTFP News.. NLEE News.. NLEN News.. Find Us On:.. A Member Of:.. home.. -.. what.. where.. objectives.. presidents msg.. board of directors.. management team.. newsletter.. projects.. partner inititives.. legacy programs.. envirothon.. fcp.. lcn sites.. partner benefits.. partners.. compendium.. publications.. archives.. contact.. staff.. office.. Website design branding by.. Yield Communications..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: What is a Model Forest?.. The Model Forest is a not-for-profit corporation formed as a partnership of organizations and individuals working on the implementation of activities that advance our abilities to practice sustainable forest management and community-based economic development utilizing our forest resources.. A model forest provides a unique forum where these partners can gain a greater understanding of conflicting views, share their knowledge, and  ...   A model forest acts as a hands-on laboratory in which these leading-edge techniques are researched, developed, applied and monitored.. A model forest encompasses a working scale land base where participants have a direct interest in and influence over the uses in the forest.. The rights of participating landowners, leaseholders and land managers are not superseded by the model forest.. Objectives.. Current Newsletter.. Partners.. Partner Benefits..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: Projects.. The Model Forest of Newfoundland Labrador has developed an impressive suite of research, education, and Sustainable Forest Management tools over the past 15 years.. Some of our projects with partners are included in the Model Forests compendium and library resources.. The 2007 2012 program is summarized below in strategic approach to project selection under the five Objective themes:.. MFC-NL Objectives.. Strategic Approach.. 1.. 0 Capacity Building.. 1 Local Community Network/Special Agreements.. Establish Local Community Networks (LCNs) in five strategic regions of Newfoundland and Labrador in cooperation with CFS and FSB.. Arrange and facilitate special agreements to enhance the relationship between the Innu Nation Forestry Office and the Government of NL;.. Arrange and facilitate special agreements to enhance the relationship between CBPPL, ACCC, and integrated or private sawmills and designated LCN;.. Create the capacity to arrange non-forestry sector agreements with LCNs.. 2 Professional Development in the Forest Sector.. Increase the accessibility and utilization of program(s) for the skill enhancement and certification of the professional forest sector;.. Create awareness of the knowledge, competency and skills of forest sector with the general public.. 2.. 0 Developing Approaches and Sharing Knowledge.. 1 Synergy across Sectors.. Establish a preliminary knowledge base on parallel sector programs impacting communities and their sustainable development;.. Create a cross-sector advisory network and assist with the LCN with planning and development product;.. Determine a method of linking social, environmental, and economic initiatives that are integrated and accessible to the LCN participants.. 2 Baseline and Knowledge Gap Assessments.. Establish an inventory of biophysical and socio-economic knowledge in the area of sustainable economic development and natural resource management;.. Develop and implement a strategy to fill the LCNs gaps in resource knowledge and answer critical questions as part of a Knowledge Generation Plan (KGP);.. Forge strong linkages with organizations focused on sustainable economies in the implementation of the KGP;.. Develop an online information sharing system that is accessible to participants in the MFC-NL and the LCNs:.. Water quality and quantity portal for data acquisition and management;.. Tourism values provincial geodatabase.. 3 Systems and Tools to Assist in Informed Decision.. Establish a provincial Community-based municipal watershed management planning system and resources and a progressive implementation plan;.. Implement existing or establish innovative community monitoring programs through co-monitoring agreements with provincial and national agencies;.. Create the capacity of the LCNs to establish recreational and  ...   funds from international development agencies and, if warranted, encourage contribution agreements on exchange and development projects.. 2 Educational Initiatives Abroad and at Home.. Identify opportunities to establish agreements between the SWGC and CNA initiatives and international partner organizations;.. Assist NRCan/CFS in the establishment of an International Student Centre on Forest Research in the Boreal.. 5.. 0 Bringing Forth the Model Forest Legacy.. 1 Refining Systems and Tools.. Enhance forest management product and service development that meets the needs of an adapting forest sector.. 2 The Image of Forestry.. Develop and implement an Educational Strategy that shares SFM principles and techniques related to the forest sector with education professionals at the primary, elementary, secondary school and University levels;.. Assist the forest sector in a strategy to address the decrease in enrolment at forestry based educational institutions;.. Develop and implement a communications strategy that will illustrate to the general public of Newfoundland and Labrador the level of professionalism in the field of forestry.. 3 Achieving Financial Autonomy.. Establish and incorporate a charitable organization for school and public education in the area of Sustainable Forest Management;.. Access national and international foundations that support SFM initiatives in education;.. Acquire government and corporate financial agreements based on our ability to delivery on their needs.. In 2007-2008 and 2008-2009, the general focus is represented in the theme of Capacity Building and working with the 3 LCN sites in the Model Forest boundaries.. To summarize the new work proposed, we will:.. Capacity.. Building.. :.. Concentrate on the governance structure and labour capacity of implementing a FCP within the individual LCNs;.. Knowledge Gathering:.. Focus on characterizing the regions within the communities reach and assess human and social, infrastructure, and natural capital.. We will also generate opportunities for specific research associated with the FCP s future success;.. Opportunities Creation:.. Host a series of workshops that will illustrate how long-term commitment to resource opportunity generation will have lasting effects within the communities.. A business model for community sustainable will be approached.. International:.. Continue to explore opportunities in Argentina related to Criteria and Indicator (C I) and possible education linkages.. Legacy:.. Continue to support our partners efforts to implement innovative programs within their organizations and to promote the forest sector as being responsible and a great career investment.. Please see our workplan for a more specific breakdown of activities.. Envirothon..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: National Perspective (NRCAN).. Canada's forest sector and forest-dependent communities are facing unprecedented challenges.. The forest sector is dealing with issues such as rising energy costs, a strong Canadian dollar, new international competition and reduced timber supplies.. Communities that depend on the forest sector are feeling the cumulative impact of these challenges.. The new Forest Communities Program (.. FCP.. ) will help these communities develop the tools, approaches and strategies that they need to respond to the new challenges facing Canada's forest sector.. The FCP will encourage innovation.. The $25-million program will provide initial five-year funding to 11 forest-based community organizations across Canada to develop and share knowledge, tools and strategies to address transitional challenges and capitalize on emerging forest-based opportunities.. Matched funding from other collaborating organizations is a requirement for FCP project funding under the program.. The FCP has four main objectives including:.. develop new forest-based economic opportunities through collaboration with industry and other community stakeholders;.. facilitate capacity-building and engagement of communities to meet sector transition issues;.. promote and share integrated, multi-sectoral approaches to forestland management; and.. share best practices and information tools with forest communities across Canada and internationally.. Provincial Perspective: MFNL.. The forestry sector in Newfoundland Labrador has been a major contributor to the provincial economy for many years.. The Province's forest products sector consists of the newsprint industry, the lumber industry, and a small number of value-added  ...   Canada, but for the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.. The Canadian Model Forest Network has 15 years of experience in the area of sustainable forest management.. The network have pioneered and applied truly unique methods using multi-stakeholder approaches to inclusive management.. For 15 years, the Western Newfoundland Model Forest has been the place where all forestry sector stakeholders have come together to deal with issues, collaborate with other resource managers, and find solutions to common issues in resource management.. The partnership is expanding to become a truly provincial network, and will continue to develop solutions at a community level, where sound forest practices and economic development will have the most impact.. The new Forest Communities Program (FCP) goes to the heart of where forest management needs collaboration and support.. Rural communities have traditionally lacked the capacity to participate fully in the Sustainable Forest Management initiatives due to an emphasis on industry needs, government processes, and applied research.. The FCP recognizes that sustainability of the forestry sector must focus on rural communities where residents interact directly with the forest resource.. The Model Forest of Newfoundland and Labrador has targeted five networks of communities in Newfoundland and Labrador to implement its FCP initiatives.. Three of the five LCN s are located on west coast of the province namely, White Bay South LCN, Humber Valley Gros Morne Corridor LCN, and the Northern Peninsula LCN..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: About Futures from Forests Program.. The forests play a vital role in sustaining and enhancing the lives of people in this province.. Our forests are ecologically, economically and culturally important to Newfoundland and Labrador and we rely on them to provide employment, recreation, products and a healthy environment.. For this reason, the.. Futures from Forests.. teaching materials were produced by the Model Forest of Newfoundland and Labrador on behalf of our project partners: The Department of Natural Resources Forestry Division, Department of Innovation, Trade and Rural Development, Service Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Kruger and Abitibi Bowater.. Guidance for this project was also received from the Department of Education and the Canadian Institute of Forestry.. This teaching resource is designed for teachers of high school environmental science but they can also be used by teachers of science,  ...   fit with the learning objectives found in the relevant course curriculum.. Worksheets and case studies can be photocopied for student use and answer keys are provided for teachers.. The video can be viewed in its entirety or divided into three sections, each with its own student worksheet.. This project would not have been possible without the help and support of those who provided advice, information, guidance and review of all teaching materials.. Thank you to all those who have been involved in.. Futures from Forests.. !.. Copies of the DVD and PowerPoint presentations or more information about this resource package can be obtained by contacting the Model Forest of Newfoundland and Labrador in Corner Brook by phone (709) 637 7300, fax (709) 634 0255 or email.. pdavison@mfnl.. ca.. About Futures from Forests.. Case Studies.. Supplementary Material..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: Compendium.. Compendium Table of Contents:.. RESEARCH INTEGRATION WORKSHOP.. 0-101-001.. INTEGRATED RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLANNING.. 0-105-001.. VALUES EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT IN THE WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND MODEL FOREST.. 0-109-000.. SUMMER PROGRAM IN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION.. 0-110-001.. 0-110-002.. 0-110-003.. 0-110-004.. 0-110-005.. 0-110-006.. 0-110-007.. 0-110-008.. 0-110-009.. 6.. INTERNAL EVALUATION OF THE WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND MODEL FOREST.. 0-112-001.. 7.. FENS, FOREST, AND NATURE TRAIL DEVELOPMENT.. Report not available.. 8.. FOREST ECOSYSTEM REPORT.. 0-303-001.. 0-303-002.. 0-303-003.. 9.. COMMUNTIY INITIATIVES.. 0-303F-001.. 0-303F-002.. 0-303F-003.. 10.. NATURAL DISTURBANCE REGIMES IN WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND.. 0-305-001.. 0-305-002.. 0-305-003.. 11.. SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROTOCOL: A FRAMEWORK FOR FOREST RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.. 0-306-001.. 12.. AN EFFICIENT PROTOCOL FOR MASS PRODUCTION OF BALSAM FIR SAWFLY VIRUS.. 0-307-001.. 13.. GEO-REFERENCING NON-TIMBER VALUES.. 0-308-001.. 0-308-002.. 14.. FOREST HARVESTING IN PROTECTED WATER SUPPLIES IN NFLD.. AND LABRADOR.. 0-311-001.. 15.. RECLASSIFICATION OF SCRUB STUDY AREA.. 0-313-001.. 16.. FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANNING IN CANADA (NEW).. 0-314-001.. 17.. ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION FUND FOR YOUTH GROUPS - NEST BOX PROGRAM.. 0-402-001.. 0-402-002.. 18.. BALSAM FIR ECOLOGY BUS TOUR.. 0-403-001.. 0-403-002.. 0-403-003.. 0-403-004.. 0-403-005.. 19.. PUBLIC AWARENESS AND INVOLVEMENT IN THE WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND MODEL FOREST.. 0-404-001.. 0-404-002.. 0-404-003.. 0-404-004.. 0-404-005.. 20.. THE CANADIAN MODEL FOREST NETWORK: LOCAL LEVEL INDICATORS GAP ANALYSIS.. 0-415-001.. 0-415-002.. 0-415-003.. 0-415-004.. 0-415-005.. 22.. NATIONAL FOREST WEEK COORDINATION REPORT.. 0-418-000.. 0-418-001.. 0-418-002.. 0-418-003.. 0-418-004.. 23.. FRONT LINE TRAINING IN ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE PRACTICES.. 0-425-001.. 0-425-002.. 0-425-003.. 24.. ASSESSING PUBLIC OPINION ON SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT IN WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND.. 0-429-001.. 0-429-002.. 25.. THIS IS PARADISE: COMMUNITY SUSTAINIBILITY INDICATORS FOR THE WNMF.. 0-431-001.. 26.. EXPLORING OUR FOREST: CD ROM.. 0-432-001.. 27.. LOCAL LEVEL INDICATORS COMMUNICATIONS NEEDS ASSESSMENT.. 0-434-001.. 28.. URBAN FOREST ECOLOGY WALKING TOUR.. 0-435-001.. 0-435-002.. 0-435-003.. 0-435-004.. 0-435-005.. 0-435-006.. 0-435-007.. 0-435-008.. 30.. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ENVIROTHON.. 0-441-001.. 0-441-002.. 0-441-003.. 0-441-004.. 0-441-005.. 0-441-006.. 31.. THE WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND MODEL FOREST CRITERIA AND WORKING GROUP.. 0-901-001.. 32.. CSA CERTIFICATION-FINAL REPORT.. 1-003-001.. 33.. MODIFIED TIMBER HARVESTING.. 1-501-001.. 1-501-002.. 34.. STRUCTURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF OLD GROWTH.. 1-601-001.. 1-601-002.. 1-601-003.. 35.. PROCEEDINGS OF THE WILDLIFE-FORESTRY MODELING WORKSHOP.. 2-001-001.. 36.. BONNE BAY POND SURVEY.. 2-004-001.. 37.. SYSTEM DESIGN FOR A WILDLIFE MODELING SYSTEM.. 2-101-001.. 38.. PINE MARTEN BASELINE STUDY.. 2-201-001.. 2-201-002.. 2-201-003.. 2-201-004.. 2-201-005.. 39.. PINE MARTEN DEMOGRAPHICS RESEARCH PROJECT.. 2-201-006.. 2-201-007.. 2-201-008.. 2-201-009.. 40.. BLACK BEAR HABITAT STUDY.. 2-203-001.. 41.. MOOSE POPULATION STUDY.. 2-204-001.. 42.. THE POPULATION AND ECOLOGY OF BIRDS OF PREY IN THE WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND MODEL FOREST.. 2-205-001.. 2-205-002.. 2-205-003.. 2-205-004.. 2-205-005.. 2-205-006.. 43.. THE USE OF PRE-COMMERCIALLY THINNED STANDS BY SNOWSHOE HARE IN THE WESTERN.. NEWFOUNDLAND MODEL FOREST.. 2-206-001.. 2-206-002.. 44.. AN ENERGETICS-BASED HABITAT MODEL FOR MARTEN IN WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND.. 2-207-001.. 2-207-002.. 2-207-003.. 2-207-004.. 45.. SECONDARY FOREST AS POTENTIAL PINE MARTEN HABITAT IN WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND.. 2-208-001.. 2-208-002.. 2-208-003.. 2-208-004.. 2-208-005.. 2-208-006.. 2-208-007.. 2-208-008.. 46.. NEWFOUNDLAND PINE MARTEN POPULATION MODEL.. 2-209-001.. 2-209-002.. 47.. ECOLOGY OF BATS IN THE BOREAL FOREST ECOSYSTEM.. 2-210-001.. 48.. INTEGRATED MODELING OF MOOSE HABITAT AND POPULATION..  ...   7-102-001.. 7-102-002.. 75.. GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS WORKSHOP.. 76.. GIS WORKSHOP FOR RESOURCE MANAGERS.. 7-105-001.. 77.. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CHAIR: INTERIM REPORT.. 7-401-001.. 78.. INTERPRETATIVE TRAILS AND TOURS.. 7-402-001.. 79.. ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE PRACTICES.. 7-404-001.. 7-404-002.. 80.. CRITERIA AND INDICATORS OF SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT:.. A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO USING LOCAL LEVEL INDICATORS IN NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR.. 7-405-001.. 7-405-002.. 7-405-003.. 7-405-004.. 81.. RARE AND SENSITIVE PLANTS IN THE PROPOSED SERPENTINE LAKE/LEWIS HILLS RESERVE.. 8-101-001.. 82.. UNDERSTANDING RECREATIONAL USES OF FOREST LAND.. 8-102-001.. 8-102-002.. 83.. GATHERING AND MAPPING VISUAL AND OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL RESOURCE VALUES.. 8-103-001.. 8-103-002.. 8-103-003.. 8-103-004.. 84.. GATHERING AND MAPPING VISUAL AND OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL RESOURCE VALUES: PHASE II.. 8-104-001.. 85.. COPPER LAKE BUFFER ZONE STUDY.. 8-301.. 86.. BROOK TROUT HABITAT USE AND MOVEMENT PATTERNS.. 8-302-001.. 87.. STREAM CLASSIFICATION IN THE WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND MODEL FOREST.. 8-303-001.. 8-303-002.. 8-303-003.. 88.. DOCUMENTING CRITICALLY SENSITIVE FISH HABITAT.. 8-304-001.. 89.. STREAM CROSSING INVENTORY.. 8-305-001.. 8-305-002.. 8-305-003.. 8-305-004.. 8-305-005.. 8-305-006.. 91.. CURRENT REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES AND BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES CONCERNING FOREST HARVESTING AND RIPARIAN ZONE MANAGEMENT.. 8-306-001.. 8-306-002.. 92.. MEASURING AND MONITORING BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL RESPONSES TO STRESS IN RIPARIAN AND AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS.. 8-307-001.. 8-307-002.. 8-307-003.. 93.. THE NEWFOUNDLAND SMALL STREAM BUFFER STUDY PHASE I: IMPACTS OF CURRENT FOREST HARVESTING PRACTICES ON STREAM HABITAT AND BIOTA.. 8-308-001.. 94.. TESTING THE FOREST WATER QUALITY INDEX (FWQI).. 8-309-001.. 8-309-002.. 95.. INSECT TRAPPING SHOWCASE.. 8-401-001.. 96.. PASADENA NORDIC SKI CLUB NATURE TRAIL DEVELOPMENT.. 8-402-001.. 97.. SELECTION LOGGING WITH HORSES.. 98.. GEO-REFERENCING SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC VALUES ON THE LANDSCAPE.. 8-601-001.. 99.. PINE MARTEN EDUCATION PROGRAM - PHASE I.. 8-701-001.. 8-701-002.. 8-701-003.. 100.. ANNOTATED CHECKLIST OF THE VASCULAR PLANTS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR.. 8-702-001.. 101.. TOWARD AN ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE: MEASURING ASPECTS OF HABITAT.. CONNECTIVITY IN COMMERCIALLY HARVESTED LANDSCAPES.. 8-801-001.. 8-801-002.. 8-801-003.. 102.. BIODIVERSITY ASSESSMENT PROJECT (BAP).. 8-802-001.. 8-802-002.. 8-802-003.. 8-802-004.. 8-802-005.. 8-802-006.. 8-802-007.. 8-802-008.. 103.. NEWFOUNDLAND RARE PLANT PROJECT.. 8-803-001.. 8-803-002.. 8-803-003.. 105.. EFFECTS OF MANAGED BUFFER ZONES ON FAUNA AND HABITAT ASSOCIATED WITH A HEADWATER.. STREAM IN THE INDIAN BAY WATERSHED IN NORTHEAST NEWFOUNDLAND.. 8-804-001.. 106.. DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF THE AMERICAN MARTEN (.. Martes Americana.. ) IN THE GREATER GROS MORNE AREA: FINAL REPORT.. 9-001-001.. 107.. FORESTRY EDUCATION AND CAREERS.. 9-003-001.. 9-003-002.. 109.. DELINIATION AND DIGITIZATION OF WQMA WATERSHED.. 9-004-001.. 110.. THE EFFECT OF DISTURBANCE HISTORY ON FOREST ECOSYSTEM CARBON STOCKS.. 10-001-001.. 10-001-002.. 111.. MOLECULAR MARKERS AS A NEW TOOL TO MONITOR AND FORECAST POPULATION DENSITIES.. OF BALSAM FIR SAWFLY AND RELATED FOREST INSECT.. 10-002-001.. 10-002-002.. 10-002-003.. 10-002-004.. 112.. EVALUATION OF ENTOMOPATHOGENIC FUNGI AND VIRUSES FOR THEIR POTENTIAL TO CONTROL.. THE EASTERN HEMLOCK LOOPER.. 10-003-001.. 10-003-002.. 113.. APPLE AND THORN SKELETONIZER, A NEW INSECT PEST IN WESTERN NFLD.. 10-004-01.. 114.. DISTRICT 19 DATA REVIEW.. 10006-0-001.. 115.. VARIABLE RETENTION TRIAL.. 10006-4-001.. 116.. FMC/19 INNU CO RESEARCH.. 10006-6-001.. 117.. THE WORKSHOP FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MONITORING AND SURVEYING PROTOCOLS.. 10006-16-001.. 10006-16-002.. Publications..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: Model Forest of Newfoundland Labrador.. 19-21 West Street.. P.. O.. Box 68.. Corner Brook, NL.. A2H 6C3.. Phone: (709) 637-7300.. Fax: (709) 634-0255.. Email:.. glendagarnier@mfnl..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: Where is the Model Forest?.. The Model Forest of Newfoundland Labrador is a snapshot of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and its beauty, abundant natural resources, and renowned hospitality.. Our geographic range is bounded on the north by the furthest extent of the Great Northern Peninsula , the east by White Bay, the Buchans Plateau and Lloyds River, the south by the Burgeo Highway, and the west by the Gulf of St.. Lawrence..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: Model Forest of Newfoundland Labrador (MFNL) is not-for-profit partnership of communities, industries, organizations and governments working together to help build our province s forest-based communities.. Our partners have shared a vision of strong communities equipped and empowered to sustain our forest sector into the future.. The forest sector defines many of our province s communities and the hard-working, determined people who call them home.. Forest resources are at the heart of our economy through pulp and paper production, sawmilling, lumber and other forest product development, and tourism and recreation ventures.. The MFNL has a philosophy that characterizes its successes within its own partnership.. As an organization, we build the capacity of our partners to think strategically about a common vision for forest management and utilization.. We build and transfer the systems, tools, and knowledge required to fulfill the tasks necessary to meet their strategic goals  ...   rural communities are equipped and empowered to be innovative in meeting opportunities and challenges of a healthy and changing forest sector.. Goals and Objectives:.. Build strong forest-based communities that will effectively meet transitional challenges and produce healthy local economies.. Facilitate governance options to build community ownership and accountabilities in the forest sector.. Create awareness in science-based solutions so that decisions are based on factual information and are accountable and realistic.. Establish the capacity to explore new opportunities in the forest sector that directly benefit the communities targeted.. Engage partnerships to implement activities and encourage a transfer of successful methodologies.. Deliver internationally significant success stories and experiences to benefit the MFNL partners and its selected international model forest sites.. Implement and refine the legacy outputs of three phases of the model forest program that are relevant to the MFNL partners ability to practice Sustainable Forest Management..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: Welcome to the online home of the Model Forest of Newfoundland and Labrador.. As a representative of our Board of Directors, I d like to acknowledge the spirit and energy of our partners in making the Model Forest what it is today.. The Model Forest is a network of partners with varying values.. They work from within a designed framework to truly impact sustainable forest management and economic development.. Our organization today forms two distinct services for our partners.. The first is a continuation of 15 years of forest and wildlife models, natural resource and socio-economic research, best management practices and communication and educational products and approaches.. The second service is the delivery of the national Forest Communities Program (FCP).. Forest based decisions that affect our citizens and communities both on a private and public level need to be supported by a multitude of stakeholders involved in the stewardship and economic utilization of our forests.. For  ...   the future is fairly simple in concept but challenging in reality:.. Resource-based rural communities that are equipped and empowered to be innovative in meeting opportunities and challenges of a healthy and changing forest sector.. We believe that achieving success will be based on the people and organizations that we engage and their willingness to venture outside their fields of comfort.. Thinking traditionally will not prove a worthwhile path to follow.. We need to challenge ourselves to try new approaches to community engagement, economic development, product and market research, opportunity investment and knowledge transfer.. We hope you find this site informative and useful.. If you still require further information, please call a member of our staff and we ll be happy to assist in whatever capacity we can.. We ask you to keep coming back.. As events and activities unfold, so will our content and features.. Thanks for your interest.. Dr.. Muhammad Nazir.. Chairman, MFNL Board of Directors..

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  • Title: Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) : a partnership of diverse stakeholders dedicated to sustaining Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural forest resources for the benefit and use of all residents, both now and in the future.
    Descriptive info: The Model Forest of Newfoundland Labrador is governed by a Board of Directors that directs the actions of our Management Group.. Members consist of senior managers from within federal, provincial and municipal government, industry and academia.. The board provides a legal basis for the MFNL organization, carries out an annual audit, approves annual work plans and past annual reports, and accepts advice from the Scientific Advisory Committee.. The board chairperson and MFNL general manager sit on the National Strategic  ...   and direction to the MFNL Management Group and general manager.. Muhummad Nazir, President.. Canadian Institute of Forestry.. Jeff Anderson (ex-officio).. Gros Morne National Park- Parks Canada.. Paul Barnable.. City of Corner Brook.. Keith Deering.. Department of Natural Resources.. Jim Evans.. AbitibiBowater.. Brent Howell.. College of the North Atlantic.. Sheldon Peddle.. Humber Arm Environmental Association.. Holly Pike.. Acting Principal, Sir Wilfred Grenfell College.. John Richards (ex-officio).. Natural Resources Canada- Canadian Forest Service.. Pat Tompkins.. Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Ltd..

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