Stephen Wyatt explains why we need a regime change in N.B. forestry. It was designed for an industry that was relevant 32 years ago but is no longer effective to our needs.
Stephen Wyatt is an Assistant Professor for Social forestry and Forest policy at the Faculty of Forestry, Université de Moncton at Edmundston (New Brunswick). His research work focus on issues of First Nations’ roles in forestry, public participation and the management of private woodlots. He currently supervises four Mastes students, and is involved in research in New Brunswick, Québec and Labrador.