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CRIT Publications

From time to time, CRIT will develop publications to communicate the results of efforts to address an implementation issue brought to CRIT’s attention. Each CRIT publication is endorsed by the team with the sign off by the CRIT co-chairs and may include endorsement by associated FLNR and CFPA sponsors depending on the scope of the issue. These publications may take the form of recommended regional procedures, professional advice or draft template documents. While not legally binding, these publications provide the best advise available representing the collective agreement of the practicing professionals that make up CRIT. Current CRIT publications include;

  1. The Coast Forest Region Regional Procedures Government Actions Regulation document was endorsed by CRIT on May 4, 2006 and is provided as professional advice for use within the  West and South Coast Regions. The advice provided in this document is meant to supplement the guidance found in the Government Actions Regulation: Policy and Procedures document.

    This document outlines procedures related to the establishment of:
    1. Section 5 Resource Features
    2. Section 6 Lakeshore Management Zones
    3. Section 7(2) Visual Quality Objectives

  1. The Karst Resource Features Government Actions Regulations Order, Professional Advice document was endorsed by CRIT on May 4, 2006 and is provided as supporting advice for Delegated Decision Makers(DDMs) when they are considering a Government Actions Regulation Order to identify karst resource features within the Coast Forest Region.

  1. CRIT has developed an "Order to Identify Karst Resource Features" template document for use by districts in the development of a Karst Resource Feature under the authority of the Government Actions Regulation order.

  1. Letter from the Coast Forest Region Regional Executive Director to District Managers endorsing the work done to address Government Actions Regulation implementation issues and requesting that the District Managers share this work with district licensees.

  1. Forest Stewardship Extension Business Process and Guidance. The Coast Region FRPA Implementation Team (CRIT) has developed the Forest Stewardship Extension Business Process and Guidance document to support holders of Forest Stewardship Plans. The document is provided as professional advice and meant to supplement the Forest and Range Practices Act (FRPA) General Bulletin #22 An Overview of FSP Extensions.

For questions or comments regarding these publications, please contact the CRIT secretary

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