The new edition includes information for newly elected officials who are shareholders of community forests, 2019 BCCFA Indicators data collection, Open Burning Smoke Control Regulation zoning maps comment opportunity and more.
The LNTCFS is doing remarkable things with their 20,000 m3 annual harvest, including the establishment of a firewood business with partial funding through the BC Rural Dividend Fund.
- Partners adopt a limited partnership model that will ensure the shareholders are arms length from the operations of the community forest
Authorities are hoping for increased logging,
- The Canadian Institute of Forestry will receive $467,000 for a 36-month project entitled “Gender Equality in Forestry National Action Plan” that will work to remove the barriers that prevent or discourage women from pursuing rewarding middle class jobs and careers in the forestry industry.