Association for Sustainable Forestry

ONLINE CLAIM FORM

The funds authorized under this program are payable to:
I hereby certify that the Silviculture Criteria of the completed job has been met for ASF funding purposes. (Please note: The ASF Coordinator has final approval on all claims)

Terms and Conditions of Claiming for Funding
I understand and conform to the following:

• A Forest Technician or Forester has inspected the completed work prior to claiming for funding, to determine if the post-treatment Silviculture Criteria has been met.
• The Landowner holds less than 2000 hectares of woodland in NS.
• No treatment area claimed for funding by ASF will have been previously claimed by the Landowner, Contractor or other Agent under any other program operated by a Registered Buyer.
• The financial obligation of the ASF will not exceed the approved amount on the application.
• If a Contractor or other Agent has been retained to do the work, the application form will be signed by the Landowner and Contractor or other Agent unless a signing authority is currently in place between the parties (a copy of the signing authority must be provided).
• If within ten (10) years following the silviculture treatment, the land on which the treatment has been completed is taken out of forest production, the Landowner, Contractor or other Agent, their heirs or their assignee(s) may be required to repay to the ASF any contribution or contributions originally paid.
• The ASF is a funding agency only; the Landowner, Contractor or other Agent is responsible for all aspects of work done on the property under this program.
• The completed silviculture treatment must conform to the specified criteria for at least 18 months after treatment. The Landowner and the Contractor or other Agent are responsible for any failed sites.
• All correspondence, maps, plans, drawings, diagrams, photographs, and any other physical or electronic records which are created as a result of this claim under the Association for Sustainable Forestry’s Silviculture Program are the property of the ASF and will be stored and handled according to all applicable Privacy Legislation.
• The information will be used solely for the purposes outlined in the Forest Sustainability Agreement between the ASF and the NSDNR. Any personal information gathered as a result of the agreement programs will be made available only to employees of the ASF and NSDNR, (including any contractors), ASF Directors or Officers and persons officially cooperating in the delivery of the agreement programs. By signing this form the Landowner, Contractor or other Agent consents to the sharing of this personal information with the above noted parties.
• Pre-commercial thinning in natural stands must be minimum of 25,000 stems/ha and better than average productivity to be eligible for payment


Silviculture treatment applied for (check one per job):

*must be accompanied by digital PTA



FUNDING REQUIREMENT

*must be accompanied by digital PTA

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Association for Sustainable Forestry

Invasive Species of Nova Scotia:

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) is currently a threat to forest ecosystems in Nova Scotia. When in the forest, keep an eye open for small, white, cotton-like balls on the underside of hemlock branches. If you see any, please report your sighting to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

HWA is very easily spread so do what you can to reduce the spread from one forest to the other. Please don't move wood (including firewood) to other forests.

A new initiative, Giants of Nova Scotia, is trying to help combat invasive species by creating a calendar with all proceeds from sales going to MTRI to help research and help prevent the spread of invasive species. Visit www.giantsofnovascotia.com for more information, and to enter the photo contest to have your forest photos featured in the calendar!

We do not want invasive species to spread, but we would love for this information to spread, so please share!

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