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Front Page | imfn.net Fran?ais | Espa?ol Member Login Who We Are International Model Forest Network What is a Model Forest? International Collaboration What We Do Our Stories Our Videos Our Landscapes Resources Publications Model Forest Toolkit FAQ Contact Us Who We Are International Model Forest Network What is a Model Forest? International Collaboration What We Do Our Stories Our Videos Our Landscapes Resources Publications Model Forest Toolkit FAQ Contact Us Moose LATEST STORY Conserving moose in Canada through stakeholder engagement and use of GPS The Manitoba Model Forest is currently leading an effort to reverse a dramatic population decline in the moose population in Game Hunting Area 26, which makes up a significant portion of the Model Forest land base. Latest Story: Conserving moose in Canada through stakeholder engagement and use of GPS What is a MF En LATEST VIDEO What is a Model Forest? Model Forests are based on an approach that combines the social, cultural and economic needs of local communities with the long-term sustainability of large landscapes in which forests are an important feature. Video: What is a Model Forest? CBD case study cover page LATEST PUBLICATION Mainstreaming forest landscape restoration and biodiversity conservation: The 3 IMFN case studies focus on participatory governance models for conservation in a biodiversity hotspot in Ecudaor, landscape restoration in Rwanda, and moose conservation in central Canada. Publication: Mainstreaming forest landscape restoration and biodiversity conservation: Mainstreaming forest landscape restoration and biodiversity conservation: Case studies from the International Model Forest Network Our Stories View all Moose Conserving moose in Canada through stakeholder engagement and use of GPS 13 June 2016 The Manitoba Model Forest is currently leading an effort to reverse a dramatic population decline in the moose population in Game Hunting Area 26, which makes up a significant portion of the Model Forest land base. iBoF salmon Using the Model Forest approach to restore a rare Atlantic salmon population in Canada 09 May 2016 For many years ,the inner Bay of Fundy salmon in Canada have struggled to survive challenges largely attributed to increasing human activity around the Bay of Fundy Rwanda case study Celebrating the International Earth Day on April 22 22 April 2016 This year's theme is “Trees for the Earth”. We invite you to read this forest landscape restoration story from Rwanda. Our Videos and Podcasts View all Implementation of a CC guidebook Implementation of a guidebook to help rural-based communities adapt to climate change The Canadian Model Forest Network tested the principles from the guidebook in two Aboriginal communities in Canada and in the Vilhelmina Model Forest in Sweden. Small communities in forest-based settings, are most vulnerable to climate change and we’re seeing those impacts from extreme weather events, such as forest fires and floods, by their front door. This video is in English video close-captions in English, French and Spanish. (click on the CC button below the video to access subtitles) More Videos and Podcasts Developing local economies through discovery tours in Turkey Community-linked conservation using Devakad (sacred groves) Pathways to Climate Change Resilience Forest product traceability promotes responsible resource management Our case studies from around the world Case studies image Eng These case studies present testimonials from Model Forest stakeholders around the world highlighting the International Model Forest Network’s ongoing contribution to the sustainable management and use of natural resources. The Model Forest approach improves landscape management by allowing people to define what sustainable development looks like for them and for their area. Through Model Forests, the people profiled here are making a difference. Ranchers co-existing with wild plains bison in Canada Renewable energy improves livelihoods in Chile Improving women’s economic leadership in Cameroon Mangrove restoration in the Philippines Indigenous communities & landowners cooperate in Bolivia Aboriginal youth learn from their Elders in Canada and Sweden Forest certification for small landowners in Canada Landowners in Costa Rica creating a plan for a protected area Planting trees to strengthen resilience of Rwandan communities Ecotourism cuts illegal logging in the Philippines Reindeer herders, GIS and land-use planning in Sweden Mainstreaming forest landscape restoration and biodiversity conservation Our Publications View all CBD case study Mainstreaming forest landscape restoration and biodiversity conservation: The three IMFN case studies focus on participatory governance models for conservation in a biodiversity hotspot in Ecudaor, landscape restoration around Lake Karago (Gishwati) in Rwanda, and moose conservation in central Canada. More Publications Governance solutions from the International Model Forest Network The Model Forest Development Guide Framework for Model Forest Strategic Plan Development Guide to Model Forest Annual Work Planning Guide to Model Forest Governance A Users Guide to Local Level Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management: Experiences from the Canadian Model Forest Network (56MB) IMFN Charter TWITTER Follow @modelforest RT @FAOForestry: Help #UNFAO in its work with non-wood forest products by taking this 3-minute survey https://t.co/adI96hbX3B https://t.co/… 5 days 10 hours ago #Forests and #foodsecurity directly related https://t.co/idenvet97a 6 days 7 hours ago RT @theGEF: The protection of mangrove ecosystems is essential today. Find out why? #MangroveDay: https://t.co/cnSD1YQMUV https://t.co/VpGe… 1 week 1 day ago #IMFN ExDir @PBesseau says #FLR key piece of new MOU with @FAOForestry #COFO23 https://t.co/8Ez5fD8KwN 1 week 5 days ago RT @EcoAgPartners: New research sponsored by @cgiarclimate helps ID how to build local capacity for #climate smart agriculture: https://t.c… 1 week 5 days ago 1 of 363 ?? more Subscribe to our mailing list Instagram Feed More Who We Are What We Do Our Landscapes Resources Contact Us International Model Forest Network Secretariat 580 Booth Street Ottawa, ON Canada K1A 0E4 E-mail: imfn@imfn.net ? 2016 INTERNATIONAL MODEL FOREST NETWORK

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