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Related Organizations

Atlantic Salmon Federation

Association for Sustainable Forestry
The ASF administers funding for silviculture treatments on woodlots in Nova Scotia.

Conservation Council of New Brunswick
The Conservation Council of NB website provides information about the Acadian Forest, Low Impact Forestry and old growth forests in New Brunswick.

Eastern Shore Forest Watch

Federation of Nova Scotia Naturalists

Halifax Wildlife Association

Macphail Woods Ecological Forestry Project
This organization's website is one of the most comprehensive sources of practical information on woodlot management. It includes information on growing trees and shrubs, enhancing wildlife habitat, and implementing low-impact harvesting.

New Brunswick Federation of Woodlot Owners
The Federation offers information that is useful throughout the Maritimes, and acts as a directory of New Brunswick's woodlot marketing boards.

Nova Forest Alliance
Another of Canada's model forests, the NFA is located in Nova Scotia and its website contains much useful information. Of particular note is the searchable database of information on the Acadian Forest.

Nova Scotia Salmon Association

Nova Scotia Nature Trust

Nova Scotia Woodlot Owners and Operators Assocation
Nova Scotia's oldest independent woodlot owner organization.

Sackville Rivers Association

Tobeatic Wilderness Committee

Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia

Trout Nova Scotia

Tusket River Environmental Protection Association

Wildlife Habitat Advocates

Woodens River Watershed Environmental Organization

Government Resources

Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources

Informational Resources

A New Brunswick-based clearing house of information on woodlot management, including maple syrup and Christmas tree production. INFOR has a number of low-priced publications available for sale, including Pruning to Enhance Tree and Stand Value and Stand Volume and Growth: Getting the Numbers.

Low Impact Forestry (Maine Environmental Policy Institute)

University of Maine Cooperative Extension
This site contains a wealth of practical information for woodlot owners. Click on the Natural Resources link, and then choose a topic of interest.

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