Higher Level Plans: Policy and Procedures

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Presents a summary of legislation (including the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act and regulations), chief forester's policies and procedures, and related information regarding higher level plans related to provincial forestry. It contains direction that must be followed when preparing certain higher level plans and is intended for use by authorised decision-makers such as district managers and designated environmental officials. Higher level plans establish the broader, strategic context for operational plans, providing objectives that determine the mix of forest resources to be managed in a given area. Sections of this summary cover plans in two categories: those directly enabled through Part 2 of the Act, including objectives for resource management zones, landscape units, and sensitive areas; and those developed under non-Code legislation or policy. Includes glossary.

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