Local forests, Local people

Community Forest project focussed on multiple benefits

By Jim Hilton, professional agrologist and forester

Jun 15, 2017
Williams Lake Tribune

Last week the members of the Standing Committee for the Williams Lake Community Forest toured some harvesting under way next to Woodland Drive.

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Wood Markets Conference

By Paul Quinn

May 17, 2017
RBC Capital Markets

Russ Taylor and his team at Wood Markets hosted its annual softwood log and lumber conference in Vancouver last week.

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Nakusp and Area Community Forest

Check out this innovative approach to reporting out to the community!

NACFOR’s newly posted infographic – it’s a great snapshot of their 2016 activities. 

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Challenges for the new community forest

Province’s caribou plan threatens forestry restart in the Northern Rockies

By Bronwyn Scott

May 11, 2017
Alaska Highway News

The economic viability of the Northern Rockies hangs in the balance as the province’s new push to protect boreal caribou impedes the region’s planned rejuvenation of its forestry industry.

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Burns Lake

Comfor engages local contractors

By Flavio Nienow

May 10, 2017
Burns Lake District News

Local contractors recently had a chance to provide feedback to the Burns Lake Community Forest (BLCF) on its existing contract and bidding award policy.

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Wells Gray

Community forest reports at annual meeting Apr 20, 2017
Clearwater Times

General manager George Brcko highlighted the WGCFC (CF) activities for 2016, what is planned for 2017 and summed up the past five years of accomplishments for the Community Forest.

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New community forest for area near Likely, Big Lake

The invitation to apply is for approximately 20,000 cubic metres of allowable annual cut over a 25-year term, providing 10,000 cubic metres to each partner that could be combined and used jointly in a partnership for the benefit of the local area.

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