The purpose of this document is to provide general guidance and principles for Community Forests to consider after experiencing a wildfire event. The focus is on the key activities,…read more
There are a range of funding opportunities available for Community Forests in BC to support investments on the Community Forest landbase. These are generally related to provincial funding agencies or organizations,…read more
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,…read more
The BCCFA commissioned this report as a means to better understand the costs and benefits of expanding the community forest program. By comparing the value created by community forests and the total forest activity in the province,…read more
UBC Graduate Student Meike Siegner has completed her report to the BCCFA as part of her doctoral research in the Faculty of Forestry.CF Managers ReportDownload
“This report is written to inform about the diverse work of community forest managers in BC and seeks to inspire readers that want to learn more about effective leadership in community-based social enterprises.…read more
Innovation in forestry typically suggests using new technologies for forest management or forest products and that enhance economic opportunities.…read more
The Southern Interior Beetle Action Coalition (SIBAC), and the BC Community Forest Association (BCCFA) announce the release of an important report on the significant value of our province’s community forests.…read more
A three-part series of stories on community forests and how they are supporting local value added manufacturing.
Produced by the Southern Interior Beetle Action Coalition (SIBAC) and written by Susan Mulkey,…read more
Community Forests are a rich environment for research. Here are a few of the academic papers that used community forests as their research base.