BC’s Forest Practices Board

Eye on BC’s Forests: The FPB Newsletter Summer 2016

Jul 12, 2016
BC Forest Practices Board

In my meetings with stakeholders and professionals I have heard some comment that the Board never acknowledges good practices, and from others I have heard the concern that there is just a minimum standard of forestry being practiced in the woods. I think we can all agree we want our practices to be second to none, and that there is a standard, neither minimum nor maximum, that is expected to be met and exceeded where possible. The Board considered these comments and saw an opportunity to identify and share better, notable or innovative practices we see as a way of leveraging better performance through the identification of these practices for others to adopt.  The Board prepared a 2016 calendar featuring some of the forest and range practices seen last year that, in the Board’s opinion, demonstrate better forest management.

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