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Growing Community Forests: An Introduction

PART 1: Advancing Forest Governance through Collaborative Networking

Ch. 1—Characterizing Institutional Diversity in Canada’s Community Forests
Ch. 2—Transformative Community Organizing for Community Forests: The Northern Ontario Sustainable Communities Partnership
Ch. 3—Thirty Years of Community Forestry in Ontario: Bridging the Gap Between Communities and Forestry
Ch. 4—Factors Affecting Success in a First Nation, Government, and Forest Industry Collaborative Process
Ch. 5—Northeast Superior Regional Chiefs’ Forum (NSRCF): A Community Forestry Framework Development Process
Ch. 6—The Local Trap and Community Forest Policy in Nova Scotia: Pitfalls and Promise
Ch. 7—Community Forestry on the Cusp of Reality in New Brunswick

PART 2: Fostering Community Capacity, Enterprise, and Diversification

Ch. 8—The British Columbia Community Forest Association: Realizing Strength in Regional Networking
Ch. 9—Harrop-Procter Community Forest: Learning How to Manage Forest Resources at the Community Level
Ch. 10—Fire and Water: Climate Change Adaptation in the Harrop-Procter Community Forest
Ch. 11—Maple Syrup Value Systems and Value Chains: Considering Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Perspectives
Ch. 12—The Economic Advantage of Community Forestry

Conclusion: Lessons from Community Forestry Practice, Research, and Advocacy

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