AAFMP is dedicated to public protection. We regulate and support professional Foresters and Forest Technologists for the enhancement of safe, ethical and competent forest management services in diverse practice environments.

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About AAFMP

July 1, 2019, the College of Alberta Professional Foresters (CAPF) and the College of Alberta Professional Forest Technologists (CAPFT) merged to become the Association of Alberta Forest Management Professionals (AAFMP).

AAFMP is the provincial regulatory body for Alberta’s Forest Management Professionals. We support the continual development of our registrants so that all Albertans can benefit from healthy, sustainable forests.

As we move to the future we are excited to deliver not only a new name, but a fresh unified approach to regulatory activities.

AAFMP Documents

AAFMP Annual Report

AAFMP Summary Notes of the Joint Council

2018 AAFMP Quarterly Newsletter

2017 AAFMP Quarterly Newsletter

 

Our registrants

Representing over 1,275 Registered Forest Management Professionals, we ensure compliance with the Regulated Forestry Management Profession Act, act as a resource for training oppportunities, and connect like-minded professionals.

Any person who qualifies for registration and is practicing forest management must be registered with AAFMP. While registration is mandatory, we are proud to support qaulity regulatory activities including:

  • Information and support for inquiries specific to regualation
  • Continuing competence program and training
  • Workshops and other educational opportunities in Alberta
  • Networking opportunities with a broader community of stakeholders
  • Career postings

We also engage potential employers, industry, and associations to communicate the value of the forest management profession and raise the profile of registrants in the field of forest management.

 

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College of Alberta Professional Foresters College of Alberta Professional
Forest Technologists

Forest Management

A forest management professional is someone who is connected to the environment and dedicated to protecting it. They have an appetite for lifelong learning and personal development, and actively collaborating with multi-disciplinary professionals.

We regulate, protect, and guide the growth of Alberta’s public rural and urban forests. We understand the value and delicate nature of our forests. We work hard to protect and plan for the sustainability of forest ecosystems. With our watchful eye, specialized education, and care, Alberta’s forests remain one of the province’s most valuable and beloved natural resources.

We are the stewards of healthy, sustainable forests in Alberta.


Contact Us

Contact Us

Association of Alberta Forest
Management Professionals (AAFMP)

#320, 3203- 93 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6N 0B2

Phone AAFMP: (780) 761-8733 (TREE)

E-mail: info@aafmp.ca

Office Hours:
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m

 Council

2019/20 Council Members

Executive

Councillors

  • Ryan Hee
  • Joel Cornish
  • Heath Schneider
  • Chris Kallal
  • Patricia Golec

Public Members

  • Marilyn Hooper
  • Anil Nair
  • Jack Jones

Staff

 Careers

AAFMP Industry Careers Current

Job Listings

Job Title Employer Location(s) Closing Date Website Link
President & Chief Executive Officer Alberta Forest Products Association Edmonton, AB Open until filled Alberta Forest Products Association Careers
Operations Supervisor West Fraser Fraser Lake, BC Open until filled West Fraser Careers
Forest Technologist Carson Integrated Edmonton, AB November 29, 2019 Carson Integrated Careers
Woodlands Supervisor Tolko Slave Lake, AB Open until filled Tolko Careers
Operations Supervisor West Fraser Hinton, AB Open until filled West Fraser Careers
Land Use Specialist FORCORP Edmonton, AB November 6, 2019 Forcorp Careers
Forest Ecologist Mercer Peace River, AB Open until filled Mercer Careers
Junior/Intermediate Forestry Professional Altus Group Edmonton, AB Open until filled Altus Group Careers
Forest Technology Technician BC Public Service Various locations, BC November 30, 2019 BC Public Service