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 and ethical practice of registrants so that all Albertans can benefit from healthy, sustainable forests.
2018 AAFMP Quarterly Newsletter
2019 AAFMP Quarterly Newsletter
Representing over 1,300 Registered Forest Management Professionals, AAFMP ensures compliance with the Regulated Forestry Management Profession Act, and provide professional training opportunities.
Any person who qualifies for registration and is practicing forest management, as defined in the Act, must be registered with AAFMP. While registration is mandatory, we are proud to support quality regulatory activities including:
A forest management professional is an individual who has specialized education, an appetite for lifelong learning and personal development and upholds ethical standards. They are obligated to meet a Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
In the interest of protecting and serving the public interest, section 44 of the Regulated Forest Management Profession Act (the Act) gives the Association of Alberta Forest Management Professionals (AAFMP) the authority to discipline forest management professionals that are regulated registrants of the Association.
If you wish to submit a complaint, please access the documents provided:
You can confirm if a person is a regulated registrant of AAFMP by searching the registrant directory
Council elections will commence in the spring of each year. If you are a regulated registrant of AAFMP and are interested in a rewarding and challenging volunteer position, contact email@example.com for more information.
Chair - Joel Cornish
Vice-Chair - Heath Schneider
Secretary-Treasurer - Lorne Carson
Executive Director (Officer) - Carla Rhyant
Industry Career Opportunities
|Job Title||Employer||Location(s)||Closing Date|
|Woodlands Supervisor—Planning||Mercer Peace River Pulp Ltd.||Peace River, AB||Open until filled|
|Woodroom Supervisor||Mercer Peace River Pulp Ltd.||Peace River, AB||Open until filled|
|Summer Term Positions (multiple positions)||Weyerhaeuser||Drayton Valley, Edson, and Grande Prairie, AB||Oct 8, 2021|
|Forest Ecosystem Protection Technician||Government of Saskatchewan - Ministry of Environment||Meadow Lake, SK||September 21, 2021|
|Branch Performance Analyst||Government of Saskatchewan - Ministry of Environment||Prince Albert, SK||September 14, 2021|
|Woodlands Coordinators (three positions)||Al-Pac||Athabasca, AB||Open until filled|
|Forestry Superintendent – Indigenous Relations||Tolko||Slave Lake and High Prairie, AB||Open until filled|
|Planner, Lands||ATCO||Edmonton, AB||September 3, 2021|
|Forest Modelling Analyst||Ministry of Environment, SK||Prince Albert, SK||August 25, 2021|
|Director, Natural Climate Solutions Project Origination||Blue Source Canada||Calgary, AB or remote||Open until filled|
|Woodlands Supervisor||Tolko Industries||High Prairie or Slave Lake, AB||Open until filled|
|Project Forester||Silvacom||Flexible (Office Edmonton, AB)||Open until filled|
|Forest Analyst||Silvacom||Flexible (office Edmonton, AB)||Open until filled|
|Silviculture Forester||Interfor||Adams Lake, BC (can reside in Kamloops or the Shuswap areas)||Open until filled|
|Environmental Field Specialist||Basin Environmental Ltd.||Sherwood Park, AB||Open until filled|
Association of Alberta Forest
Management Professionals (AAFMP)
#320, 3203- 93 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6N 0B2
Phone AAFMP (780) 761-8733 (TREE)
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m
AAFMP is delivering all of its programs and services but the office is closed to the public. Staff are working remotely and can be contacted via email or phone. Response time may vary, but will be within 24 hours on business days.