The State of GAR From MOE’s Experience. PFIT “Learnings” Workshop October 16, 2007. Importance of GAR to FRPA. FRPA envisions stewardship based on finding the right balance between: A tenure-holder’s economic interests, Sustainability of the province’s timber supply, and
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PFIT “Learnings” WorkshopOctober 16, 2007
Number of MOE Orders Made to Date
Species at risk 87 species
Regionally important wildlife Under Development
Ungulate species 8 species
Lakeshore management zones
Community watersheds 462
Wildlife habitat areas Just over 1,000
Ungulate winter ranges > 40
Fisheries sensitive watersheds 31
General wildlife measures Many
Wildlife habitat features 25 Proposed (In Final Consultation)
Temperature sensitive streams 0
Linking these to considerations and monitoring of effectiveness of GAR actions.