Module 14: Hiring and Working with a Woodland Contractor

Module 14 - Lesson 1 Quiz

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One of your first steps in choosing a contractor is to study your woodland stewardship plan to determine your needs.

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A forest professional should first be contacted for their opinion after the job is done.

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Shorter woodland  roads always cost less to construct than longer ones.

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High stumpage payments always indicate poorer quality harvesting jobs.

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Both the woodland owner and contractor should have a good knowledge of the provincial Wildlife Habitat and Watercourse Protection Regulations.

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A woodland owner should always attempt to supervise a contractor’s workers.

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Absentee landowners cannot influence the management of their woodlands.

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Constructing a road right-of-way through a neighbouring property is best accomplished with a verbal agreement.

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Getting good references is an important step in hiring the right contractor for your job.

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It is important to have reasonable expectations when hiring a contractor.

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