Acadian Timberlands in northwestern New Brunswick cover approximately 761,000 acres of the Acadian Forest Region. There are 65 lakes on the property and numerous rivers and streams. . Our lands are a generous gift from nature that have a cultural heritage as deep as the lakes and as long as the rivers. These forest lands are essential to the regional economy and way of life. The lands have been used for timber production for more than a century and continue to provide wood for regional lumber mills, pulp mills and other users. Acadian Timber remains committed to the preservation and protection of the forest resources including the trees, wildlife and water to ensure the natural environment continues to provide for current and future generations. Through our Forest Recreation programs we advocate a multiple-use approach to forest management and demonstrate that forest management and recreation can coexist.
Acadian Timber’s New Brunswick woodlands operations are certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) program for sustainable forestry management by a qualified independent auditor.
We welcome your suggestions regarding ways in which we can make our forests more accessible and improve the service and facilities we provide to the general public. Please use the "Contact Us" link on the top.