…Mike Robertson is among the approximately 1,500 “South siders,” as they call themselves,
DAYTON, Washington – Columbia Pulp I, LLC, announced Wednesday that the company has completed construction on its 18,000-square-foot pilot plant in Pomeroy,
Canada’s forestry industry is pushing back against comments by U.S. President Trump that lumber imports are partially to blame for intense forest fires in California.
The BC Community Forest Association (BCCFA) proposes an expansion in the number and size of community-based tenures around rural and Indigenous communities to help achieve wildfire protection and promote rural development.
The toughest part of implementing a wildfire mitigation service for the rural parts of the regional district — including the lands around Nelson — will be dealing with the private landowners,
Four years after its inception the City of Williams Lake and Williams Lake Indian Band have profited for the first time from their joint Community Forest Agreement Tenure.
In 2016, under FPInnovations’ Indigenous forest sector support program,
In BC, you would be hard-pressed to find a single piece of legislation that was more reviled by the B.C.
Len MacCharles wants you to develop a family evacuation plan and put together a 72-hour survival kit.
Provincial forest officials have started work on deciding how much wood can be cut in the Lakes Timber Supply Area (TSA),
…Lori Daniels [University of British Columbia forestry professor] is cutting into the tree hunting for a tiny bug called the Douglas fir bark beetle that lives in the moist layer beneath the thick bark of dying trees.
The Province has received the final report on the independent professional reliance review,
While there are some recommendations we as a profession can support in the name of continuous improvement,
Kevin Kriese will take on the post for a 3-year term
June 26, 2018
VICTORIA – Kevin Kriese has been appointed chair of the Forest Practices Board.
June 13, 2018
The Strategic Wildfire Prevention Initiative (SWPI) will transition to a new Community Resiliency Investment Program (CRIP),
Public comment is being welcomed on how to improve wildlife management and habitat conservation in B.C.