The Managed Forest Council is seeking forest professionals with a minimum of 8 years operational experience over a range of disciplines to join our inspection team for the 2023 inspection year. If you have operational experience in road construction, road maintenance and deactivation, timber harvesting and silviculture, and would be interested in joining our inspection team please submit a brief resume via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates must be registered or eligible for registration with the ABCFP. Resumes will be accepted for consideration until March 10, 2023.
The Managed Forest Council was established in 2004 under the Private Managed Forest Land Act (Act) to administer forest practices on private managed forest land, including the protection of key environmental values as identified in the Act.
The Council administers the Managed Forest Program. It assesses the performance of managed forest owners in five key resource areas related to soil conservation, water quality, fish habitat, reforestation, and habitat for species at risk. The primary method used by Council to assess performance is through its annual Inspection Program. Each year Council inspects between 50 and 60 managed forests across the province.
Other pages of this website provide information about Council, private managed forest land legislation, compliance & field practices assessments, and the Managed Forest Program.