Sustainable Forest Management In Canada
Maritimes red spruce, balsam fir, yellow birch.
Boreal northern Canada white spruce, black spruce, balsam fir, jack pine, white birch, trembling aspen, tamarack, willow.
Carolinian (Deciduous) southwestern Ontario beech, maple, black walnut, hickory, oak.
Coast British Columbia western redcedar, western hemlock, Sitka spruce, Douglas-fir.
Columbia British Columbia western redcedar, western hemlock, Douglas-fir.
Great Lakes–St Lawrence central Canada red pine, eastern white pine, eastern hemlock, yellow birch, maple, oak.
Montane British Columbia and Alberta Douglas-fir, lodgepole pine, ponderosa pine, trembling aspen.
Subalpine British Columbia and Alberta Engelmann spruce, subalpine fir, lodgepole pine.
So since we live in good old N.B we are in the Acadian forest region which is said to be one of the most beautiful regions around the country.
Different types trees in N.B:
In New Brunswick specifically, the vegetation types are mixing over an impressive range of elevations. As a result the province has the greatest diversity of forest communities and tree species occurring at that latitude across North America. There are 32 different species of trees in the Acadian forest, with softwoods such as white pine, red spruce, eastern hemlock, and northern white-cedar; as well as hardwoods like beech, northern red oak, black cherry, and white ash.
Three local species that can be found throughout Carleton County are red spruce, balsam fir, and yellow birch. Red spruce reaches…