We promote respectful forestry practices that emanate from our Indigenous traditions and sustainable western science ecological knowledge. Our shared view aims to protect biodiversity, ethnocultural values, water resources, and support community vitality while conserving the productive capacity of the land and forests.
Plenty Canada through the Our Traditions Our Future program works to educate about the importance of principle 3 the knowledge of Indigenous Peoples as it relates to local forests and the product stream to urban centres.
Plenty Canada is actively involved in forestry as certified tree markers, tree planters, and instructors of Indigenous values and knowledge systems.
We raise the importance of culturally significant species such as white birch, black ash, and the medicines and foods found in the forest as part of any respectful management system.