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Sustainability is a prominent issue in the management of British Columbia’s forests.  Keystone has developed strategies that incorporate the interests of clients, government agencies, and local interest groups into forest management plans, resulting in products that are adaptive in nature, emphasize sustainable use, and yet are environmentally conscientious.

Keystone Wildlife Research has a proven track record of successfully designing and implementing a diversity of project types for the forest sector. Examples of these projects include:

  • Between 1999 and 2003 we completed the environmental components for the Adams Lake Innovative Forest Practices Agreement (IFPA) area. This multi-year project included TEM mapping, wildlife surveys, landscape unit planning and designation of ungulate winter ranges for Adams Lake Lumber.

  • We co-ordinated the PEM mapping of a 1.13-million ha TSA managed by the Nicola Similkameen Innovative Forestry Society.

  • In two separate projects we prepared management recommendations for both Identified Wildlife species and for snags in TFL5 (Weldwood of Canada Ltd.).

  • Between 1999 and 2002 we co-ordinated the environmental program for the Hope IFPA. During this project, we were contracted by International Forest Products to prepare wildlife habitat maps and develop management strategies for priority species.
We can offer extensive local and regional wildlife and GIS/landbase experience relevant to forest management. Services that we regularly offer to the forest industry include:
Resource Inventory Resource Management Planning
Impact Assessment & Mitigation Geographic Information Systems

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