Module 1a: Woodlot Management Planning

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This person got 3 of 10 possible points.
Total score: 30 %

Question Results

Score 1 of 1

Question:

Ecosystem management is holistic management that:

Response:

often involves working with neighbouring landowners

does not allow harvesting on your woodlot

only considers forested areas of your woodlot

all of the above

none of the above

Score 0 of 1

Question:

It is not important to preserve land on private woodlots since almost one-fifth of Crown lands in Nova Scotia are protected.

Response:

True

False

Score 0 of 1

Question:

Aggregates are non-renewable resources that landowners in Nova Scotia do not have rights to.

Response:

True

False

Score 1 of 1

Question:

Less damage to wildlife habitat will result from harvesting if the forest/wildlife regulations are followed.

Response:

True

False

Score 0 of 1

Question:

With IRM plans, landowners should build as much road as possible to accommodate a variety of activities.

Response:

True

False

Score 0 of 1

Question:

Certification only needs to be considered by large forest companies.

Response:

True

False

Score 0 of 1

Question:

All IRM plans should follow the same format.

Response:

True

False

Score 0 of 1

Question:

A woodlot description should

Response:

include a map

give the number of trees on your woodlot

show zones outlining your intended uses for different areas of the lot

a and c

all of the above

Score 1 of 1

Question:

Zoning will help you set priorities for different areas of your woodlot.

Response:

True

False

Score 0 of 1

Question:

Operating plans are useful for

Response:

fixing your equipment

scheduling your proposed woodlot activities

building roads

building roads

none of the above