The Prince Albert Model Forest Association values its partnership as an association of organizations with similar interests and realizes that trust, respect, equality and participation are keys to the Association’s future successes.
The Prince Albert Model Forest Association values healthy ecosystems. Healthy ecosystems are defined by the Prince Albert Model Forest partners as ecosystems that have adequate representation of biodiversity; maintain natural processes; are changing and dynamic; maintain their productive capacity; have areas that can be used as a benchmark; have resilience to impacts; and contain species that are native to the area.
The Prince Albert Model Forest Association values the public’s support and realizes that the association has responsibilities locally, nationally and globally. Furthermore, the Association realizes that it must be proactive and responsible and is ultimately accountable to the public.
Benefits to Society
The Prince Albert Model Forest Association values its role in encouraging the creation of benefits for the good of society. Benefits must balance social, economic and ecological aspects of the forest without compromising its sustainability.
The Prince Albert Model Forest Association values the public’s involvement and participation with emphasis on aboriginal involvement. The Association also recognizes that the public is knowledgeable and should be involved by seeking their input and responding to it.