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Final Plan Inspection
The public is given the opportunity to inspect the plan that has been approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources; the review period is 30 days, and the plan is available for review in the offices of the Ministry of Natural Resources. The public may request an individual environmental assessment during the inspection period.
|The MNR approved plan is available for inspection between January 27-February 28.||Neil Peterson
705-856-2396 ext. 282
PH 807 868 2370
FX 807 868 2594
Last updated March 2006
Nagagami Local Citizens' Committee
Wawa District of the Ministry of Natural Resources
Abitibi Consolidated (Sustainable Forest Licence Holder)
Independent Forest Audit of the Nagagami Forest (2002)(pdf)
Description of the Nagagami Forest
Wawa Land Use Planning Documents
Planning Documents - 2001 Forest Management Plan
The Nagagami Forest is located in the northern part of the Ministry of Natural Resources' (MNR) Wawa District, in the Ministry's Northeast Region. The forest is approximately 4,492 square kilometres in size. Several areas in the forest contain patented land, such as in the Town of Hornepayne. The built-up area of the town covers approximately 400 hectares.
The forest is managed under the authority of a sustainable forest licence, which has been issued by MNR to Donohue Forest Products Inc. The Nagagami Forest is located in the Boreal Forest Region, and is dominated by mixed-wood sites. The Olav Haavaldsrud Timber Company Limited processes the conifer sawlogs that are harvested on the unit, in their sawmill located on the Canadian National Railway's main line east of Hornepayne.
(excerpted from public
notice posted on the Environmental Bill of Rights Electronic registry)
Land Use Policies for Wawa District
Wawa District Land Use Guidelines (~1983)
No Planning Documents are available through
this web site to date.
Please check with MNR or the Sustainable Forest Licence Holder for planning documents, or to make an appointment to review planning information, including maps, harvesting and road plans, and public comments to date.
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