Wednesday, July 13
1 to 6 p.m.
Gunnar Nilsson & Mickey Lammers Research Forest
North Klondike Highway, 1 km north of the Takhini River bridge
Join Forest Management staff to explore the network of walking trails and learn about ongoing forest research.
Thinking of harvesting morels in the Yukon? Before heading out, learn about when you need a permit, how to get one, and where you may find morels this year.
The Government of Yukon is beginning a review of the Forest Resources Act. The review presents the opportunity to ensure our forest legislation meets the needs of First Nations, industry and the public while protecting the health of our forests.
The Forest Management branch is seeking input on proposed amendments to the Yukon Forest Resources Regulation. Comments received during this period will be compiled and considered as we resolve the issues identified. The deadline for comment is April 30, 2016.
This handbook outlines forest management and planning activities and is intended to assist in understanding how forestry is carried out in Yukon. It includes information useful to forest users, educators and the general public on topics such as forest inventory methods and forest health indicators.
If you wish to cut firewood for personal use, you need a Forest Resources Permit. Failure to have a permit or carry it with you when cutting or transporting wood could result in a fine.
This permit is free and authorizes you to cut up to 25 m3 (11 cords) of firewood for uses such as heating your home.
Get a permit at your local Compliance Monitoring & Inspection office. Permits are usually issued over the counter at the time of application.
Mile 918 Alaska Highway
Box 2703, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6
Phone: 867.456.3999 / 1.800.661.0408 ext. 3999