Monthly Archives: October 2011
The primary European forest industries e-news has reported on the HFHC initiative here, and The North Island Gazette reports on the some of the findings from the Port McNeill Community Dialogue Session.
Posted October 16, 2011, by hfhc.
Rural communities must influence forest management and are an important part of BC’s GDP. To emphasize this important point to municipal governments, our initiative releases a summary of rural community challenges to the UBCM Area Associations. RURAL COMMUNITIES MUST INFLUENCE FOREST MANAGEMENT October 2011 Rural communities, dependent upon forest resources, need to take a leadership role in designing the future … Continue reading
Posted October 15, 2011, by hfhc.
The issue of Not Satisfactorily Re-stocked (NSR) area is hotly debated and important for the future of BC forests. Previously the letter from the BC Chief Forester (published in the BC Forest Professional) was posted on this website. Now we have posted an overview paper by Ben Parfitt (Silviculture Magazine) and the views of a retired Forest Service employee, Anthony … Continue reading
Posted October 12, 2011, by hfhc.