Energy, Mines and Resources

Timber Harvest Plans

Whitehorse - Timber Harvest Plans Approved (By Region)

We are working on making existing approved Timber Harvest Plans available online. They will be posted as they become available.

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2014 Little Fox Lake Fuelwood II THP [6687.64KB PDF]

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The 2014 Little Fox Lake Fuel Wood #2 Timber Harvest Plan (THP), is prepared as an extension of the existing approved Little Fox Lake Fuel Wood THP. An area of suitable fuel wood volume was identified along the northwestern boundary of the existing THP.

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2012 Lubbock Valley THP [6401.86KB PDF]

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The 2012 Lubbock Valley THP is located south of Whitehorse, 24 kilometers on the Atlin Road. The THP's objective is to broaden the scope of the 2011 Lubbock Valley THP for timber harvesting opportunities and includes expansion to the north.

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2012 Little Fox Lake Fuelwood THP [2869.23KB PDF]

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The Little Fox Lake Fuel Wood THP is located north of Whitehorse at kilometer 260 on the North Klondike Highway.The THP area has fire killed spruce stands from the 1998 Fox Lake fire.

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2011 Marsh Lake THP [2172.60KB PDF]

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The Marsh Lake Timber Harvest Plan identifies two operating areas within this THP encompass 365 hectares and provide for the harvesting of approximately 2,000 m3 of timber.

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2011 Lubbock Valley Timber Harvest Plan [3000.90KB PDF]

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The Lubbock Valley Timber Harvest Plan identifies three operating areas where harvesting has occured historically. The THP area encompasses 110 hectares and identifies the harvesting of approximately 5050 cubic meters of fuelwood and sawlogs.

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2006 Fox Lake Commercial Fuelwood Planning Area [20718.41KB PDF]

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This Timber Harvest Project for the Fox Lake commercial Fuelwood Planning Area is a compilation of the original Timber Harvesting Project that was released for review September 2006 and the Little Fox Lake Plan released September 2008.