local forests, local people, local decisions

Minister Thomson presented the first award to John Stace-Smith from the Likely Xatsull Community Forest

New community forest award honours life of Robin Hood

Robin Hood from Likely, B.C. may not have been from Nottingham but his legend for those involved in the province’s community forests is as big as the heart he had for the communities in which he worked.

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2016 Conference News Release

BCCFA press release 16.05.17

LAKE COWICHAN WELCOMES BCCFA ANNUAL MEETING

 

May 18, 2016

VICTORIA,

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Jen group field trip

2016 Conference and AGM – A Great Success

150 delegates from all over BC attended the 2016 event in Lake Cowichan, the territories of the Lake Cowichan First Nation, the Cowichan Tribes and the Ditidaht First Nation. 

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Our Mission…

Promote and support the practice and expansion of sustainable community forest management in British Columbia.

We Are…

A network of rural community based organizations engaged in community forest management, and those seeking to establish new community forests.

We Share…

A vision of a global movement committed to culturally, ecologically, and economically sustainable forestry.