After trudging through swamps and bushwhacking through sub-alpine thicket,
FPInnovations September 12, 2018
Foresight and FPInnovations announced that Object Raku Technology, with its project partner Forsite Consultants Ltd., has been selected as the winner of the FPInnovations – Foresight Challenge (formerly the ARCTIC Innovation Challenge).
Managing Risk – Empowering Good Decisions will take place Saturday, September 29th at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre.
As Canadian Forces troops headed home from the second straight year of record B.C.
A new community forest on Vancouver Island will be the first in B.C. to include a revenue-sharing agreement with BC Timber Sales.
VICTORIA – The BC Community Forest Association (BCCFA) has released its annual report which summarizes the benefits of community forestry in BC.
One of the elected officials in the eye of the firestorm,
The Town of Smithers is continuing to press its case for stricter slash burning regulations in meetings this week with provincial cabinet ministers at the Union of B.C.
Cheslatta Carrier Nation (CCN) is trying to make the best of a bad situation.
With the worst of the wildfire season now seemingly over, many people are concerned about what impact these wildfires are having on the timber that supply the region’s largest employers.
VICTORIA — The abrupt departure of the B.C. government’s top forestry official could signal a change in policy direction by Premier John Horgan and an expectation that turbulent times remain ahead for the sector.
The new Community Resiliency Investment Program will provide up to $50 million over the next three years to local governments and First Nations to help reduce wildfire risks around their communities.
Photo L to R – Lorne Scheffer, Cowichan Lake Community Forest Co-operative Chairperson, Jennifer Gunter, BCCFA Executive Director, John Horgan, BC Premier, and Chief Jeff Jones,
BOISE, Idaho — Randy Brooks’ son had a request three years ago: What could his dad do to make wildland firefighting safer?
More than 790,000 hectares of forests in B.C. have burned so far this year.
The BC Wildfire Service and its ministry partners are working to improve their collaboration and partnerships with First Nations governments related to wildfire response and recovery efforts.
For Steven Kozuki, the executive director of the Forest Enhancement Society of British Columbia (FESBC),
The BC Wildfire Service says rainfall and cooler temperatures mean a return to more seasonal weather conditions,
A rural district in British Columbia is cleaning up its forests by removing dead wood and other debris that could help wildfires spread.