A five-year pilot project to bring ecologically sensitive management to smaller, privately owned woodlands in Nova Scotia
A collaboration among 11 charitable, non-profit, and co-operative organizations, the Family Forest Network (FFN) is conducting research and promoting ecological forestry practices on small, privately owned woodlands in Nova Scotia. Our five-year project aims to:
Create a large-scale pilot of approximately 160 harvest and 40 silviculture treatments province-wide the quantity and promote the benefits of ecological forestry practices.
Extend the reach of ecological forestry on family woodlands through integrated solutions and strategic partnerships.
Develop a steward-led network to address the key challenges of implementing ecological forestry practices on small private woodlands.
If you are interested in the project or want to learn more about ecological forestry, click here.
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