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Sustainable development and sustainable forest management.

Monticola Forest Ltd. Provides Comprehensive:

  • Forest management through a small team to private forest land owners and Crown license holders in British Columbia.
  • Administrative and business management to support sustainable forest management practices for these clients.


Our goal is to be guided by the United Nations initiative definitions of sustainable development and sustainable forest management.

“sustainable development is a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”.

~ Excerpted from the Brundtland Commission of the United Nations on March 20, 1987

Criteria & Indicators

for Sustainable Forest Management

  • Conservation of Biologic Diversity
  • Maintenance of Productive Capacity of Forest Ecosystems
  • Maintenance of Forest Ecosystem Health & Vitality
  • Conservation and Maintenance of Soil & Water Resources
  • Maintenance of Forest Contribution to Global Carbon Cycles
  • Maintenance & Enhancement of Long-Term Socio-economic Benefits
  • Support the Legal, Institutional, Economic Framework for Forest Conservation & Management

Developed from the UN Conference on Environment & Development 1992 and the Working Group known as the Montreal Process of 1993