The Canadian Model Forest Network has 14 members representing forest interests across Canada. Each is a non-profit organization that brings together diverse interests. They have partners that represent: aboriginal and non-aboriginal communities, industry (forestry and other land uses), government (municipal, provincial, and federal), non-government organizations, schools (elementary to university), and researchers.
With input from these groups, our members develop projects that address issues that are relevant to their community. They take urgent challenges and find solutions. Our members act as a neutral place to discuss concerns. They also facilitate decision-making between diverse groups. Project topics are wide-ranging. They support forest-based communities and economic development. Activities also study the forest ecosystem and its resources.
The map above shows our member locations and a description of each can be found through links on the left.