Join us in Tumbler Ridge, the land of waterfalls and dinosaurs, and home of the new UNESCO Global Geopark, for the 2017 Conference and AGM,
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.
Thank you to our hosts Likely-Xat’sull and Esk’etemc Community Forests for taking us on two great field tours and for managing to have the weather cooperate completely and with little interference from insects.
Conference Summary – Please note that the 2013 Report is temporarily unavailable on the website. If you would like a copy of the report,
June 9th -11th Hosted by the District of 100 Mile House in partnership with the Cariboo Regional District (CRD)
2008 Conference Participants
The 2008 Conference was hosted by the District of Sechelt,
Sponsored by the Burns Lake Community Forest Corporation, the Village of Burns Lake,
The British Columbia Community Forest Association (BCCFA) held its 2005 Conference and Annual General Meeting: Building the Road to Viability,
Revelstoke, B.C. April 15–17, 2004
Working in partnership with the Revelstoke Community Futures Development Corporation (RCFDC) and Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation (RCFC),