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Interested in reading more about what we do? Many of the reports and documents included here provide a greater understanding of our work, the industry and the environment.
Publications and reports are organized by category below.
Al-Pac Dispute Resolution Process and Anti-Bribery Policy is available upon request.
Forest Stewardship Reports
- 2015-2020 FMA Area Forest Stewardship Report
- 2015-2020 FMA Area Forest Stewardship Report, Appendix I Spatial Harvest Sequence Variance Tables
- 2015-2020 FMA Area Forest Stewardship Report, Appendix II Quota Holder Information
- 2011-2015 FMA Area Forest Stewardship Report Vol. 1
- 2011-2015 FMA Area Forest Stewardship Report Vol. 2 Technical Information
- Forest Management Plan (FMP)
Spatial Harvest Sequence (SHS)
- 10 year scope.
- Detailed listing and mapping of stands selected for harvest to:
- meet the Annual Allowable Cut (level of harvest that does not exceed the growth of the forest) and
- provide for FMP objectives, such as old forest retention, watershed protection, and landscape and ecosystem management.
- Introduced with the FMP.
Al-Pac’s Spatial Harvest Sequence is available for public viewing on the Government of Alberta website. To access the Spatial Harvest Sequence by Forest Management Unit please click here and look under the Timber Supply Analysis tab on the government website.
- General Development Plan (GDP)
Forest Harvest Plan (FHP)
- One to five year scope.
- Detailed harvest block design.
- Temporary road construction.
- Experienced field crews verify on the ground values, such as watershed protection, wildlife features and heritage sites. Input from trappers and communities incorporated.
To determine the location of the Planning Unit please reference the General Development Plan map in the forest planning drop down menu. Approximate locations can be determined by considering the Planning Unit Number. For instance PU084174 is in Township 84, Range 17, West of the 4th Meridian.
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- Al-Pac FMA Area Actual Harvest vs Quadrant Cut Control, 2021-2026
- High Conservation Values in the Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. Forest Management Agreement Area
- Al-Pac 2020-2022 Social Monitoring Report
- Status of Land Cover and Biodiversity in the Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. Forest Management Agreement Area
- Environmental Monitoring within the Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. Forest Management Agreement Area (2016-2020)
- Al-Pac Blog Calling Lake V05
- Al-Pac Blog Calling Lake V05 Pt. 2
- Al-Pac Blog Canada Warbler V11
- Al-Pac Blog Understory Protection V08
- Cultural Values Monitoring Report
- Fish Bearing Stream Assessments Monitoring
- Permanent Sampling Plots Monitoring Assessments
- Stream Crossing Assessments Monitoring
- Landscape and Stand Level Structure Monitoring
- Protected Areas Gap Analysis – Phase 1 Report
- Protected Areas Gap Analysis – Phase 1 Peer Review
- Socio-Economic Indicator Report, Vignette
Conservation Areas Network Project
We recognize the value of parks and special management areas to our 6.4 million-hectare Forest Management Agreement (FMA) area. Over the two decades, we have participated in provincial land-use planning activities that identified candidate protected areas. For example, during the Special Places 2000 process led by the Government of Alberta, we actively promoted several candidate protection areas, including the Leige River watershed. As well, under the provincial government’s Land-use Framework, the Lower Athabasca Regional Planning (LARP) process identified new park lands, including the Dillon River Wildland Park and the proposed expansion to Gipsy Gordon Park, both of which were removed from our FMA area with our support in 2012.
Collectively, these areas establish a conservation network that supports wildlife and recreation, as well as an opportunity for research and monitoring in these ecological benchmarks.
In 2017, we started the Conservation Areas Network Project in collaboration with Mistik Management Ltd., Ducks Unlimited Canada (Boreal Program) and the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS, Northern Alberta and Saskatchewan Chapters). The objective of the project is to update our conservation area planning information and further our participation in conservation initiatives. As a first step, the project team has completed a peer-reviewed Protected Areas Gap Analysis within an identified study area.
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