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Thanks to Sandy McKellar and her Tree Frog Daily Forestry News for the majority of these new items. Sandy, you bring us important news every work day. Subscribe to the Tree Frog Daily Forestry News, a daily email service that provides stories from local, regional, provincial, national and international papers.

First Nations chiefs in British Columbia's resource-rich north have banded together to pursue ownership of liquefied natural gas, mining and forestry projects. Read more...

For CFAs Dec. 10 in a location near you Read more...

VCFC has purchased 240 acres of land at the former Carrier Sawmill site where it plans to build an industrial park and log sort yard. Read more...

Firefighting won’t be enough to stop devastating fires; report calls for new emphasis on prevention Read more...

Powell River

Thursday, 04 December 2014 16:18

City expands community forest mandate Harvesting of timber will generate additional revenue. Read more...

The great themes of Canada are as follows: Keeping the Americans out, keeping the French in, and trying to get the Natives to somehow disappear.” – Will Ferguson, humorist and 2012 Giller Prize winner Read more...

Pulp Panties: This Underwear Is Made from Beech

Monday, 01 December 2014 17:00

Just in time for holiday gift giving, lovers of wood and wood products will enjoy Read more...

Canada, U.S. at loggerheads again over lumber

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 19:07

By Gordon Hamilton Read more...

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