What are Forestry Management maps for?
These are the public maps that show current, past and future plans for forestry management plans in our region.
Located at http://www.efmp.lrc.gov.on.ca/eFMP/home.do . You first click on your area of interest.
I am looking for aerial herbicide spraying around Nipigon in my blueberry picking areas. So I click on that section of the map. (Lake Nipigon Forest (815)).
That opens a sub menu below the map. I will choose Annual Work Schedule (2015-2016).
First Thing I want to do is see an index map because this is a big area and I want to narrow it down.
Maps >> Operations >> Index Map 02
01 map refers to cutting
02 maps refer to planting/spraying
From the legend I can see that herbicide aerial tending is Brown (Planting is green, etc etc).
I am looking along camp 81 road – there is brown in section L113 (record number)
Go back to where you opened the index map, choose Operations L113_02 map and I get a close up map of that section.
I can match this area up on Google earth and quickly realize my blueberries are safe – they are in a planting area. Aerial tending to the NE.
Other Uses for forestry Maps
The obvious use for forestry maps is to identify new cuts, recent re-plantings and cut/wooded interface area specifically for Hunting. Moose or deer depending on location. This is also a great way to see new forest roads for Grouse hunting.
Blueberry pickers can easily see areas ripe for potential blueberries (2-4 year old cuts) as well as cuts that my be being overgrown or recently sprayed/killed off.
Reposted from: http://nwoutdoors.ca/forestry-management-maps/
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allocations for 2014 have been greatly reduced for Northwestern Ontario. The average for the entire region is a drop in 18% however in just the main hunting areas (19,15B,13) the average is 45% on average with WMU 13 coming in at an 89% reduction.
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