Forest Enhancement Society of BC Newsletter

January 6, 2022

In this newsletter:

  • FESBC’s Winter Accomplishments Update
  • FESBC and the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundations presentations
  • A Chinook Community Forest story in Logging & Sawmilling Journal
  • A story from Vancouver Island to turn forest waste wood into sustainable materials
  • A story from the Shuswap region to reduce wildfire risk

FESBC helps government reduce greenhouse gas emissions and wildfire risk while generating green energy, enhancing fibre utilization, and building new economic opportunities for all British Columbians, including many Indigenous peoples and those living in rural communities.


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