The City of Quesnel has received a $367,000 Rural Dividend grant from the Province to support its forest management plans,
The Williams Lake Community Forest is launching a new Community Granting Program with the goal of distributing funds in 2019.
The B.C. forests ministry is reducing its use of the herbicide glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup,
One of the first tasks for the new City of Powell River council will be to approve grants totalling $799,522 to 12 organizations from Powell River Community Forest Reserve Fund.
The British Columbia government has introduced legislation to modernize the environmental assessment (EA) of major resource projects.
After two record-breaking wildfire seasons,
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.
Climate change is not as bad as you think it might be.
Dave Robinson is no rookie tree planter.
A new government website improves access to information and public engagement on applications for Crown land use in B.C.
BC’s new wildfire mitigation program raises questions for regional district By Barb Brouwer Salmon Arm Observer September 28, 2018
They like the idea of more money,
Now that the rains have come the logging contractors working in Chimney Valley can return to more regular hours of work.
The Union Of British Columbia Municipalities recently passed two resolutions at their Annual General Meeting calling on the provincial government to place stronger regulations on private land logging.
At the Annual General Meeting on Monday night,
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