I have a woodlot, what should I do with it?
Woodlot management is unique to each woodlot and woodlot owner. The reasons for owning a woodlot may include timber production, conservation for plants and animals, recreation, and managing non-timber products such as maple syrup, mushrooms, or specialty woods for carving.
We encourage every woodlot owner to contact a Forester to set up a consultation where they can assess your woodlot and advise you on what options are possible. You can contact your local Forest Products Marketing Board and set up an assessment. Depending on what you choose as the best options for your woodlot, we can help you find the expert advice you need so can manage your woodlot in a way that is right for you and your forest.
Who should you contact to report environmental violations, such as a neighbour not leaving a buffer when cutting near a stream?
Did you know you can apply online for a Watercourse and Wetland Alteration (WAWA) permit? Click here to see more information on the GNB website.
How do I find out what my woodlot is worth?
Woodlot stumpage values are dependant on tree size, species, densities and quality. Woodlots also hold many other values for people and the ecosystem. Talk to your local Forest Products Marketing Board for woodlot appraisals.
I want to harvest my woodlot, what steps do I take?
The first step to take is contacting your local Forest Products Marketing Board, who can assist you in the process of harvesting your woodlot. The process entails an assessment of your woodland to determine areas with merchantable volume, acquiring personnel to harvest and truck your timber, determining stumpage contracts, as well as finding markets for selling your timber.
I want to donate my land for conservation when I die. Who do I talk to?
There are several great organizations doing land conservation work in New Brunswick. We recommend contacting several and see which one fits your needs the best. Click here to see a list with links to their websites.
Nature NB's Eco Help Hub
This page is a “one stop shop” to help you find contact information for government, NGO, and other agencies that provide environmental enforcement, wildlife rehabilitation and protection, and related services.