The National Forest Strategy is a road map to improve environmental stewardship of public forests that was developed collaboratively by a diversity of stakeholders across Canada, including provincial and territorial forest ministers and Sierra Club Canada.
The Sierra Club is committed to the implementation of the new National Forest Strategy, 2003-2008. To this end, we have developed a set of indicators to gage the success of provinces and territorities in meeting what we feel are key National Forest Strategy commitments.
To read the entire National Forest Strategy, visit: http://nfsc.forest.ca/strategy.html
Thank you to the Richard Ivey Foundation for its generous support of this project.