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Forestry Branch publications are available via Acrobat .pdf download from this page .

Titles include:

  • Manitoba's Provincial Forests
  • Setting Down New Roots
  • Forest Tent Caterpillar
  • Spruce Budworm
  • Jackpine Budworm
  • Dwarf Mistletoe in Conifers
cover of 'Manitoba's Provincial Forests' brochure

Provincial Forests Brochure

An overview of how Manitoba's 22,000 KM of provincial forests are managed by Manitoba Conservation's Forestry Branch.

download the Provincial Forests brochure (1 MB)

 

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Setting Down New Roots
Ref. Number:
MG-13952

A handy guide to selecting, transplanting and replanting native trees and shrubs.

download the Setting Down New Roots brochure (10 MB)

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Forest Tent Caterpillar
Ref. Number:
MG-10384

Learn about the life cycle, damage and control of the forest tent caterpillar, Malacosoma disstria.

download the Forest Tent Caterpillar brochure (10 MB)
 
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Spruce Budworm
Ref. Number: MG-10383

This brochure profiles the most destructive and widely distributed forest pest in North America: the spruce budworm Choristoneura fumiferana (Clemens).

download the Spruce Budworm brochure (410 KB)

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Jack Pine Budworm
Ref. Number:
MG-12775

Choristoneura pinus pinus (Freeman), the jack pine budworm, is profiled in this brochure.

download the Jack Pine Budworm brochure (10 MB)
 
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Dwarf Mistletoe in Conifers
Ref. Number:
MG-10385

There are two species of dwarf mistletoe in Manitoba. Learn about the devastating effects of this parasitic plant on our conifer forests.

download the Dwarf Mistletoe in Confers brochure (10 MB)

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