Forest Stewardship Plan
The Cheakamus Community Forest updated its Forest Stewardship Plan in 2022.
A forest stewardship plan (FSP) is a map-based, landscape-level plan of potential forest development activities that are intended to take place in the plan area. Forest agreement holders must prepare, and have approved by government, a forest stewardship plan before harvesting or road building activities can begin.
The forest stewardship plan has a term of five years and may be renewed for additional terms.
Resource professionals are encouraged to create innovative approaches for balancing multiple resource values or address forest health concerns (such as diseases and bark beetle outbreaks).
These innovative approaches become the results and strategies in the forest stewardship plan which are specified for each of the eleven resource values.
For more information: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/industry/forestry/managing-our-forest-resources/forest-stewardship-plans