Can Forest Management Strategies Sustain The Development Needs Of The Little Red River Cree First Nation?
Gerrit van Kooten,
Ilan Vertinsky and
No 37012, Working Papers from University of Victoria, Resource Economics and Policy
In this study, we explore whether projected socio-economic needs of the Little Red River Cree Nation (LRRCN) can be met using the natural resources to which they have access. To answer this question, we employ a dynamic optimization model to assess the capacity of the available forest base to provide for anticipated future needs of the LRRCN. Results for alternative management strategies indicate that decision-makers face significant tradeoffs in deciding an appropriate management strategy for the forestlands they control.
Keywords: Community/Rural/Urban Development; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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