In March of 2019, BCCFA teamed up with UBC’s Alex Fraser Research Forest to host a workshop focused on wildfire and community forests. This workshop was an opportunity for community forest managers to share experiences, challenges and success stories relating to emergency management around the province. In attendance were community forest managers; First Nations and local government officials; industry foresters and consultants; Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development employees; BC Wildfire Service (BCWS) representatives; researchers/academics; and students. Attendees and presenters traveled to Williams Lake from all over the province.

Over the two full days of the workshop a series of presentations and in-depth audience discussion sessions were organized into panels framed around the four pillars of emergency management.

From this workshop, BCCFA and UBC produced a summary report, detailing the presentations, discussion, and key messages. Read the report at

Read the report at or below!

BCCFA_UBC 2019 Wildfire Workshop Report

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