Monthly Archives: June 2017
The dissatisfaction with the current forest management decision-making system has been actively discussed for over two decades, commonly in the form of tenure reform and more local/community control. These are not of interest to the key governing bodies (Government & industry) and consequently, discounted. A Governance model-a conceptual framework is presented as a more acceptable option within the existing system. Local … Continue reading
Posted June 22, 2017, by hfhc.
The lost opportunities in the current practice of creating and burning large roadside logging residue piles raises the question as to the appropriateness of this practice. Logging residue-opportunities lost discusses the issue and provides an opinion regarding the argument of maintaining the status quo.
Posted June 13, 2017, by hfhc.
The recent Confidence and Supply Agreement between the BC NDP and the BC Greens includes three (3) forestry related items. These are discussed (NDP-BC Greens forestry agreements) relative to the previous community recommendations.
Posted June 1, 2017, by hfhc.