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What’s New…

The Draft Forest Management Plan presentation from October 2017’s public information sessions is now available on the FMP Working Documents page


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The Prince Albert FMA is located just north of Prince Albert in the heart of Saskatchewan. This area of boreal forest contains mixed-wood stands on the west and softwood dominated stands to the north and east. Common tree species are trembling aspen, pine, spruce, balsam, poplar, and birch.

The total area (land, water, swamp) of the FMA is 3.3 million hectares with 2.6 million being forested.  Timber harvesting is expected to be possible on 1.6 million hectares or 58% of the forested area.  

The previous Forest Management Plan established a sustainable harvest rate of 2.88 million m3 per year.  The annual harvest area is approximately 8,400 hectares (<1% of the harvestable landbase.

Management Area - Prince Albert FMA - Accountable Forest Management

Sakâw Askiy Management Inc - Sustainable Forest Management Planning Areas_Volume_Alloc_Map_Mar5.pdf

View Full Planning Area Map

Planning Areas_Volume_Alloc_Map_Mar5.pdf

Saskatchewan Timber Supply Areas & Forest Product Mills Map

SHAREHOLDERS

Sakâw Askiy Management Inc., holds the Forest Management Agreement and is responsible for monitoring and reporting on harvesting, hauling and silviculture operations.

MANAGEMENT AREA

The total area (land, water, swamp) of the FMA is 3.3 million hectares with 2.6 million being forested.  Timber harvesting is expected to be possible on 1.6 million hectare or 58% of the forested area.  

MANAGEMENT PLAN

Sakâw is currently operating under the existing Forest Management Plan established by Weyerhaeuser Canada. The new Management Plan is scheduled for completion in 2017.


OPERATING PLAN

Sakâw, through its member companies, compiles an operating plan each year describing the activities that are planned to occur (harvesting, road building, etc).


WORKING PLAN & PUBLIC DOCUMENTS

Sakâw, introduces 2015 Forest Management Plan - Working Plan and Public Advisory documents.