GUIDE TO THE APPLICATION OF THE REGULATION RESPECTING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF FORESTS IN THE DOMAIN OF THE STATE

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Chapter V – Roads, sandpits and forest infrastructures Division V – Sandpits §2. Sandpit operating area and organic matter storage area

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A minimum distance of 100 m must be kept between a sandpit operating area and the boundaries of an ecological reserve established under the Natural Heritage Conservation Act This link opens a new window (chapter C-61.01), a proposed ecological reserve referred to in that Act or a national park established under the Parks Act This link opens a new window (chapter P-9). The distance must also be maintained between a sandpit operating area and the boundaries of the habitat of a threatened or vulnerable wildlife or plant species identified under the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife This link opens a new window (chapter C-61.1) or the Act respecting threatened or vulnerable species This link opens a new window (chapter E-12.01). 

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Objectives

  • To preserve the integrity of a particular place or territory
  • To contribute to the quality of the experience in the forest
Distance between a sandpit and different places or territories Figure 121 Distance between a sandpit and different places or territories