Several recent timber sale auctions did not receive bids. These timber sales are available at the upset price on a first come, first serve basis. Click here for a list of available timber sales.
Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship provides the opportunity to harvest timber from Provincial Crown Land by allocating timber harvesting rights. Manitoba allocates the majority of the timber harvest by the means of Forest Management Licence (FML) Agreements, Timber Sale Agreements and Timber Permits. In addition, Manitoba has a history of offering public Timber Sale Auctions. The Auction Fact Sheet provides more information about the auction process.
Manitoba is building on the success of the Timber Sale Auction process by making a transition to quarterly auctions. While Manitoba will make every effort to implement quarterly auctions, there may be unique circumstances that require auctions to either be postpone or special auctions added.
Information on all auctions will be available from the following sources:
Results of the auctions can be obtained in the following ways:
from this web page within 7 days of the auction closing date