Overcoming policy barriers to afforestation on private lands in Ontaricby Martha Copestake.
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Overcoming policy barriers to afforestation on private lands in Ontaricby Martha Copestake. by Martha Copestake

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Published in 2003 .
Written in English


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Paginationiv, 48 leaves :
Number of Pages48
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Open LibraryOL20125643M

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Policy No. PL - Entry Onto Private Land Date Issued Febru Page 2 of 3 Guiding Principles Staff may enter onto private land for the purposes of the Public Lands Act, as outlined in section 5 of the Act. Goal To ensure that all entries onto private land are limited in number and duration and that the occurrence. City of Ontario Landscape Development Standards - Updated March, 2 8. All utilities shall be shown on the plans and coordinated with the landscape design and. Lands Act, the Provincial Land Tax, or Subsection 35(3) of the Statute Labour Act prior to January 1, It does not apply to patented lands forfeited to the Crown under the Mining Act. This policy does not apply to land forfeited to the Crown (e.g. per the Business Corporations Act). Policy No. PL Utility Corridors on Public Land Date: Octo Page 3 of 12 PROGRAM DIRECTION Goal To provide clear and consistent policy direction to the utility industry, Ministry staff and the.

Forests under federal ownership account for a small portion of Canada’s forested lands. Examples of federal laws that might apply are the Forestry Act and Timber Regulations, Indian Act, First Nations Land Management Act and National Parks Act. Timber harvesting is permitted on some federal lands, but involves very small volumes of timber. These conservation lands play a particularly important role in landscapes dominated by private lands such as southern Ontario. This indicator assesses trends in the percentage of regulated protected areas, DPAs in the Far North and conservation lands within Ontario by ecozone. Zoning Bylaw Policy Areas_version2 Author: City of Toronto - City Planning Subject: Zoning Bylaw Policy Areas_version2 Keywords: A map showing the geographical locations of Policy Areas 1, 2,3, and 4 across the City of Toronto Created Date: 5/31/ AM. private landowners to manage their lands f or long-term forest production and encourage sustainable forest management practices, including protecting key public environmental values. Private land in B.C. accounts for only 5% ( million hectares) of the province’s land base with approximat .

Policy No. PL Waterfront Boundaries for Grants of Public (Crown) Lands Date Issued Janu Page 3 of 3 D) To instruct the applicant to have the waterfront boundary surveyed as straight line frontage, if special and unique circumstances (e.g. natural hazards, refer to PL - . Private land stewardship is also important, but offers no certainty that owners will practice careful stewardship, or that voluntary stewardship will be continued by future owners. The GAP deals with greenlands securement. Other TRCA policies and programs such as Ontario Regulation /06, The Living City Policies for Planning and Development in. Public Lands Q&A fact sheet. Responsible Hunting brochure. Analysis of Forest Access Roads in Ontario MNRF – Loaded Firearms and Roadways presentation. Motorized snow vehicles act – summary for anglers and hunters. Management. Forest Management guides. Crown Land Management Policies. Ontario’s Parks and Protected Areas. Guidelines on Permitted Uses in Ontario's Prime Agricultural Areas. Ontario's prime agricultural areas are the province's most fertile areas where most of our crops are produced. Prime agricultural areas are the foundation of local food production, agri-food exports and the growing bio economy, and make a significant contribution to Ontario's jobs and economic prosperity.