Sunshine Coast Community Forest

Milne says Community Forest consultation is all about values By Sean Eckford The Coast Reporter July 18, 2018 The Sunshine Coast Community Forest (SCCF) annual general meeting is set for Monday,

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Sunshine Coast Community Forest

Common themes, contentious moments as Community Forest consultation kicks off By Sean Eckford Sunshine Coast Reporter July 10, 2018 The District of Sechelt’s consultation on the Sunshine Coast Community Forest (SCCF) kicked off Monday with a world café event at the Seaside Centre. 

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Williams Lake Community Forest shareholders reap first profits

Payment of dividend and a repayment of previous loans and costs associated with start up By Monica Lamb-Yorski BC Local News July 5, 2018

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. 

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Everyone should have a 72-hour kit!

Develop a personal wildfire plan, B.C. fire chief says By Bill Metcalfe The Nelson Star July 4, 2018

Len MacCharles wants you to develop a family evacuation plan and put together a 72-hour survival kit.

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Lakes Timber Supply Area

Report is first step toward new annual allowable cut amount By Rod Link Burns Lake Lakes District News July 4, 2018 Category: Forestry Region: Canada, Canada West

Provincial forest officials have started work on deciding how much wood can be cut in the Lakes Timber Supply Area (TSA),

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Post 2017 fire news near Williams Lake

‘It’s just devastating’: Searching for tree-eating bugs and other signs of life in B.C.’s charred forests By Greg Rasmussen CBC News July 3, 2018

…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.

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Province of BC

Consultation on new wildlife strategy launched The Prince George Citizen June 20, 2018

Public comment is being welcomed on how to improve wildlife management and habitat conservation in B.C. 

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