Canadian Forest Service Publications

The mountain pine beetle initiative – private forestlands rehabilitation program: operational guidelines and funding application form. 2003. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre, Victoria, BC. 60 p.

Year: 2003

Issued by: Pacific Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 21996

Language: English

Availability: PDF (download)

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The Mountain Pine Beetle Initiative is a federal government response to the mountain pine beetle epidemic in British Columbia (BC). One of the programs under the Initiative, the Private Forestlands Rehabilitation Program (PFRP), is designed to assist private landowners in early mountain pine beetle control efforts and rehabilitation of mountain pine beetle infested forestlands.

The Operational Guidelines provide information on the epidemic and describe the procedures for participating in the PFRP. They outline the operational guidelines of the program and contain an application form for developing a project proposal and applying for assistance. Through the PFRP landowners can obtain technical and funding assistance for activities relating to mountain pine beetle management, control, and rehabilitation on non-industrial private lands.

Also available under the title:
Programme de Restauration des Terres Forestières Privées : Lignes Directrices Opérationnelles et Formulaire de Demande de Financement (French)