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Dr. M.A. (Peggy) Smith, R.P.F.

Publications

July 26, 2010 by Peggy Smith

PUBLICATIONS (PEER REVIEWED)

  • Bannister, Kelly and Smith, M.A. (Peggy). Seeking respect: Review of ethical guidance on the use of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in forest management. Submitted to Forestry Chronicle, April 2010.
  • Smith, M.A. (Peggy). A Policy Response from an Aboriginal Perspective to the Forest Futures Project Scenarios of Canada’s Forests and Forest Sector: Reviving Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples Recommendations. Submitted to Sustainable Forest Management Network Forest Futures Project. Under review.
  • Smith, Peggy. Natural Resource Co-management with Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Coexistence or Assimilation? In Tindall, David (ed.). First Nations and Forest Lands. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press. In press.
  • Passelac-Ross, Monique and Peggy Smith. Forest Management Tenures and the Accommodation of Aboriginal Rights: The Need for an Aboriginal Forest Tenure in Tindall, David (ed.). First Nations and Forest Lands. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press. In press.
  • Wyatt, S., D.C. Natcher, P. Smith, and J.-F. Fortier. 2010. Aboriginal Land Use Mapping: What Have we Learned from 30 Years of Experience? (Chapter Eight), pp. 185-198 in M.G. Stevenson and D.C. Natcher (eds.), Planning Co-Existence: Aboriginal Issues in Forest and Land Use Planning. Research and Insights from the Aboriginal Research Program of the Sustainable Forest Management Network, Volume II. Edmonton: CCI Press, Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta, Occasional Publication No. 64, iv + 334p.
  • Smith, M.A. (Peggy), Sarah Allen and Erin Symington. 2010. First Nations’ Criteria & Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management: A Review in M.G. Stevenson and D.C. Natcher (eds.), Planning Co-Existence: Aboriginal Issues in Forest and Land Use Planning. Research and Insights from the Aboriginal Research Program of the Sustainable Forest Management Network, Volume II. Edmonton: CCI Press, Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta, Occasional Publication No. 64, iv + 334p.
  • Sapic, Tomislav, Ulf Runesson and M.A. (Peggy) Smith. 2009. Views of Aboriginal people in northern Ontario on Aboriginal values in forest management planning. Forestry Chronicle 85(5):789-801.
  • Trosper, Ronald L., Harry Nelson and Peggy Smith. 2008. Conditions for Economic Success in First Nations Forest Enterprises. SFM Network Research Note Series No. 31. University of Alberta, Edmonton. 4 pp.
  • Trosper, Ronald L., Harry Nelson, George Hoberg, Peggy Smith and William Nikolakis. 2008. Institutional Determinants of Profitable Commercial Forestry Enterprises among First Nations in Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38(2): 226-238.
  • Smith, Margaret Anne (Peggy). 2007. Creating a New Stage for Sustainable Forest Management through Co-Management with Aboriginal Peoples in Ontario: The Need for Constitutional-Level Enabling. Ph.D. Thesis. Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, Ontario. 359 pp. View publication pdf.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2005. Community-based framework for measuring the success of Indigenous Peoples’ forest-based economic development in Canada. Pp. 38-52 in Merino, L. and J. Robson (eds.). Managing the Commons: Indigenous Rights, Economic Development and Identity. Consejo Civil Mexicano para la Silvicultura Sostenible A.C. The Christensen Fund, Ford Foundation, Secretaria de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales and Instituto Nacional de Ecologia (INE), Mexico City. 71 pp.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2005. Managing the commons: Indigenous rights, economic development & identity. Emerging issues, conclusions and recommendations. Pp. 66-70 in Merino, L. and J. Robson (eds.). Managing the Commons: Indigenous Rights, Economic Development and Identity. Consejo Civil Mexicano para la Silvicultura Sostenible A.C. The Christensen Fund, Ford Foundation, Secretaria de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales and Instituto Nacional de Ecologia (INE), Mexico City. 71 pp.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2004. Inclusion before streamlining: The status of data collection on Aboriginal issues for sustainable forest management in Canada pp. 94-104 in Innes, John L., Gordon M. Hickey and Bill Wilson (eds.), International Perspectives on Streamlining Local-Level Information for Sustainable Forest Management, A selection of papers from a conference held in Vancouver, Canada, August 28 and 29, 2000. Information Report BC-X-400. Pacific Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada, Victoria, BC.
  • Ross, Monique M. and Smith, Peggy. 2002. Accommodation of Aboriginal Rights: The Need for an Aboriginal Forest Tenure. A Synthesis Report prepared for the Sustainable Forest Management Network, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 47 pp.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2002. Aboriginal Peoples and issues in forestry education in Canada: Breaking new ground. Forestry Chronicle 78(2): 250-255.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2001. Indigenous Peoples and Forest Management in Canada. In Rolfe, Terry (ed.). The Nature and Culture of Forests: Implications of Diversity for Sustainability, Trade and Certification. Proceedings of a conference held at the University of British Columbia, May 10-12, 2001. Institute for European Studies, University of BC, Vancouver. Pp. 105-112.
  • Smith, Peggy. 1998. Aboriginal and treaty rights and Aboriginal participation: Essential elements of sustainable forest management. Forestry Chronicle 74(3): 327-333.
  • Smith, Peggy; Osendarp, Frank and Merkel, Garry. 1995. The Forest Industry’s Relationship with Aboriginal Peoples. Research Report for Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples on CD-Rom For Seven Generations: An Information Legacy of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples Libraxus Inc., Ottawa, ON.

PUBLICATIONS (NOT PEER-REVIEWED)

  • Smith, P., K. Bannister, B. Bird, P. Perreault, D. Larose and J. Sanchez. 2009. Indigenous Traditional Knowledge Workshop Report: Can We use ITK to Improve Forest Land Stewardship? BC Forest Science Program and BC First Nations Forestry Council, Victoria and Vancouver, BC. 27 pp.
  • Smith, M.A. (Peggy) (compiler). An Annotated Bibliography on Applying Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in Forest Management in Canada. BC Forest Science Program and BC First Nations Forestry Council, Victoria and Vancouver, BC. 95 pp.
  • Bannister, K. and M.A. (P.) Smith. 2010. Developing an Indigenous Traditional Knowledge Database: A Discussion Paper on Feasibility. BC Forest Science Program and BC First Nations Forestry Council, Victoria and Vancouver, BC. 13 pp.
  • Bannister, K. and M.A. (P.) Smith. 2010. Seeking Respect: A Review of Ethical Guidance on the Use of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in Forest Management. BC Forest Science Program and BC First Nations Forestry Council, Victoria and Vancouver, BC. 13 pp.
  • Perreault, P., M. A. (P.) Smith, T. Allen, K. Bannister and B. Bird. 2010. The 4 “C’s”—Control, Crisis, Capacity and Culture: Applying Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in Forest Management in Canada—Best Practices Case Studies. BC Forest Science Program and BC First Nations Forestry Council, Victoria and Vancouver, BC. 69 pp.
  • Krogman, Naomi, Kendra Isaac, Trena Allen and Peggy Smith. 2007. Canadian Foresters’ Attitudes and Beliefs about Forestry Curriculum and Forest Management. Final Project Report. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, AB. 15 pp.
  • Shuter, Jennifer; Shashi Kant and Peggy Smith. 2005. A Multi-Level Typology for the Classifcation and Comparative Evaluation of Aboriginal Co-management Agreements in the Forest Sector. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, AB. 83 pp.
  • Smith, Peggy. 1998. Funding Mechanisms for First Nation Forest-based Economic Development. Ottawa, Canada: First Nation Forestry Program, Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada. 28 pp.
  • Bombay, Harry and Smith, Peggy. 1996. Assessment of the Need for Aboriginal Compliance with Sustainable Forest Management and Forest Product Certification Systems. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Forestry Association. 24 pp.
  • Bombay, Harry; Angus, Murray and Smith, Peggy. 1996. Aboriginal Forest-Based Ecological Knowledge in Canada. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Forestry Association. 55 pp.
  • Smith, Peggy. 1996. Aboriginal participation in forest management: Not just another “stakeholder”. Forestry Chronicle 72(1): 2 & 5.
  • Bombay, Harry; Smith, Peggy and Wright, Debra. 1995. An Aboriginal Criterion for Sustainable Forest Management. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Forestry Association. 9 pp.
  • Smith, Peggy. 1995. Aboriginal Participation in Forest Management: Not Just Another “Stakeholder”. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Forestry Assoc. 11 pp.
  • Smith, Peggy; Scott, Grant and Merkel, Garry. 1995. Aboriginal Forest Land Management Guidelines: A Community Approach. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Forestry Association.
  • Hopwood, A.; Mactavish, J.; Moar, A.; Scott, G. and Smith, P. 1993. Aboriginal Forestry Training and Employment Review. Final Report, Phase 1. Prepared for the AFTER Committee and the National Aboriginal Forestry Association. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Forestry Assoc. 81 pp.
  • Value-Added in the Forest Industry. 1992. SCAN North Task Team Report. Sudbury, Ontario: Ministry of Northern Development and Mines. 55 pp.
  • Smith, P.A. 1991. A survey and evaluation of natural resource agreements signed with aboriginal people in Canada: do they result in autonomy or dependence? H.B.Sc. in Forestry thesis, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 103 pp.

PUBLICATIONS (CONFERENCE PAPERS)

  • Ross, Monique M. and Smith, Peggy. 2003. Meaningful Consultation with Indigenous Peoples in Forest Management: A Focus on Canada. Prepared for the World Forestry Congress, September 20-28, 2003, Quebec City.
  • Smith, Peggy (ed.). 2001. Proceedings of workshop on “Capacity-building: Aboriginal Communities and Natural Resources Management,” sponsored by the Walter & Duncan Gordon Foundation, October 19, 2001, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2001. Sustainable forest management in northwestern Ontario: The context. In Casimirri, Giuliana; Lee, Susan and Smith, Peggy. 2001. Research Issues, Strategies, and Partnerships for Sustainable Forest Management in Northwestern Ontario and Beyond. Proceedings of a Workshop held in Thunder Bay, Ontario, February 24-26, 2001. Edmonton, AB, Sustainable Forest Management Network. 58 pp.
  • Casimirri, Giuliana; Lee, Susan and Smith, Peggy (eds.). 2001. Research Issues, Strategies, and Partnerships for Sustainable Forest Management in Northwestern Ontario and Beyond. Proceedings of a Workshop held in Thunder Bay, Ontario, February 24-26, 2001. Edmonton, AB, Sustainable Forest Management Network. 58 pp.
  • Smith, Peggy. 1999. Aboriginal participation in forest management. In Bell, F.W. et al. (eds.) Intensive Forest Management in Ontario: Summary of a 1999 Science Workshop. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Toronto, Ontario. Pp. 27-28.
  • Smith, Peggy. 1996. “NAFA Position Paper on an Aboriginal Criterion for Sustainable Forest Management.” In Proceedings of FAO–ILO International Forestry Seminar “Exploring Multiple Use and Ecosystem Management: From Policy to Practices,” September 9-15, 1995. Victoria, B.C.: Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada. Pp. 189-195.
  • Malley, D.F; Watts, P.D and Smith, M. 1992. Workshop Report on ‘Lifestyles and Sustainable Development’. In People and Land in Northern Manitoba, Lithman, Y.G. et al. (eds.). Proceedings of 1990 conference held at the University of Manitoba. University of Manitoba Anthropology Papers 32. Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg. Pp. 245-261.
  • Smith, P.A. and Whitmore, G. (eds.). 1991. Community Forestry. Proceedings of 1991 symposium held at Lakehead University. Centre for Northern Studies, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario. 65 pp.

PUBLICATIONS (POPULAR)

  • Smith, Peggy. 2005. The new face(s) of Lakehead University. Forestry Chronicle 81(2): 279-280.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2005, rev 2009. Resources to learn about Aboriginal issues in forest management in Canada, with an emphasis on Ontario. The Professional Forester 177: 18-19.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2004. Indigenous Rights, traditional knowledge and identity. The Common Property Resource Digest 71: 1-3.
  • Allen, Trena; Krogman, Naomi; Smith, Peggy and VanEvery, Ken. 2004. Renewal and relevance: The challenges facing forestry education. Aboriginaltimes 8(4): 8-11.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2003. Points of View. What is your vision of the forest sector in Canada and around the world? In The State of Canada’s Forests 2002-2003: Looking Ahead. Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. Pp. 77-79.
  • Smith, P. 1990. The Native view of Temagami. Argus, 1 March 1990. Lakehead University Students Union, Thunder Bay.

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Smith, Peggy. 2008. Review of Humphreys, David. 2006. Logjam: Deforestation and the Crisis of Global Governance. Forestry Chronicle 84(3): 443-44.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2003. Review of Collier, Russell; Ben Parfitt and Donovan Woollard. 2002. A Voice on the Land: An Indigenous Peoples’ Guide to Forest Certification in Canada. Forestry Chronicle 79(2): 372-73.
  • Smith, Peggy. 2002. Review of Magoc, Chris J. 2002. So Glorious a Landscape: Nature and the Environment in American History and Culture. Forestry Chronicle 78(2): 334.