Satellite imagery, field verification of timber quality and accessibility, field layout of block boundaries and riparian areas.
Using a custom operating plan template and GIS mapping applications, Forsite provides quality documentation and maps for approval by the Ministry of Environment Forest Service.
Since Saskatchewan legislation requires Operating Plans to be developed by a Registered Professional Forester (RPF or RPFT), Forsite’s experienced drafting operating plans and navigating the approval process allows independent operators to focus on their core business of timber manufacturing and processing.
Forsite manages the stakeholder engagement process by communicating the operating plan details with trappers, outfitters, and other identified non-timber forest users.
We work with great people across Canada.
Forsite’s geographic diversity and size provides economies of scale to deliver quality, timely and cost effective forest management services throughout Canada. Forsite acknowledges that the territories on which forestry is practiced, are traditional First Nations' lands. We conduct our business with the utmost respect for the traditional knowledge and practices of the Indigenous Peoples who have cared for the land and environment since time immemorial.Contact Us
If you have a strong passion for forestry and would like to be part of a professional, fun, and exciting team with opportunities for growth using the latest in forest technology, then Forsite may be the company for you. In addition to a challenging and rewarding work environment, Forsite provides flexible schedules, competitive wages, a solid benefits package, supported professional development, and a company matched pension program.Learn More