Atlantic Canada’s first community forest and a new Mineral Resources Act are just two of the achievements outlined in a Five-Year Progress Report on the province’s 10-year natural resources strategy.
The progress report highlights some of the achievements, and challenges, in efforts to date on all 23 goals in the
Path We Share, A Natural Resources Strategy for Nova Scotia, a 10-year plan that was introduced in 2011.
Over the past five years, the Department of Lands and Forestry has done considerable work to help move the province toward the vision outlined in the strategy.
The Department remains committed to ongoing work that helps balance economic, environmental, and social benefits of our natural resources for current and future generations
The following documents highlight achievements on actions within the strategy.