Forest management is much more than harvesting and growing trees.  It involves the management of all resources within the forest through an integrated planning approach.  The forest is a network of interlocking resource values including fisheries, wildlife, water quality, recreation, adventure tourism, wilderness, and timber.  Corner Brook Pulp and Paper ensures this mosaic of resource values is managed on a sustainable basis to provide environmental, economic, and social benefits for the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.

It is essential that our forests remain healthy and diverse, and that all forest uses are respected.  In meeting this goal, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper’s forest management planning process involves public input and participation to ensure operating plans reflect the interests of all forest users.  If we are to sustain values such as timber, water quality, and recreational opportunities, the forest must be managed today, with tomorrow in mind.

If you are interested in getting involved in this process, contact your district office of the Department of Natural Resources

http://www.nr.gov.nl.ca/forestry/contact/district.stm

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The pre-industrial condition of the forest limits of CBPPL

As part of its commitment to sustainable forests, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Ltd. is certified to three environmental standards, the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System, and two Forest Management Standards. By satisfying the requirements of these standards  Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Ltd. is ensuring its timber limits are being managed in an environmentally-sound manner while considering all the values of the forest.

Public input and participation is a requirement for certification to the CSA-Z809-02 Sustainable Forest Management Standard.  To further meet this requirement Corner Brook Pulp and Paper formed a Public Advisory Committee, to provide organized and regular input into the Company’s Sustainable Forest Management Plan (see link below).  The Public Advisory Committee currently consists of ~ 30 members representing private citizens, towns, outdoor clubs and associations, union, government, harvesting contractors, environmental groups, aboriginals, and development boards.  Please contact us for more information, or if you are interested in joining the Public Advisory Committee.

We invite your feedback on our Sustainable Forest Management Plan, forest and management practices, logging activities, and Company roads – any subject you would like to address or discuss. Contacts

Click here to open Audit Report SAI Global CSA 2016

Click here to open Audit Report SAI Global ISO 2016

Click here to open 2016 Environmental Progress Report

Click here to open or download Sustainable Forest Management Plan

Forest Management Plan Summary v3

High Conservation Value Forest Assessment Report

Click here to open or download Audit Report SAI Global FSC 2016

Non-conformance Clearance Letter 2016 CSA

Non-conformance Clearance Letter 2016 ISO

Non-conformance Clearance Letter 2016 FSC

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