The FBCWA and its member associations work together with various organizations and agencies and other woodlot related associations to promote small scale forest management and develop woodlot forestry in BC.
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Land Based Investment (LBI)
In recent years the ministry has had a mix of programs to fund activities on the land base including the Forest Investment Account – Land Based Investment program, Forests for Tomorrow, and other programs delivered as part of regular ministry operations.
To ensure limited funding is expended in the most efficient and effective way the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations has consolidated these funding sources under the Land Based Investment. The Land Based Investment Strategy provides guidance to ensure that the government goals and priorities are achieved economically, efficiently, and effectively in a results-based management framework.
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Council of Forestry Contractors of British Columbia
The member associations are listed below:
The purpose of the CFCBC is to co-operatively identify and co-ordinate joint activities to further mutual goals.
Associations and Societies
British Columbia Community Forest Association
Private Forest Land Owners Association
Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners
Scottish Woodlot Association
Woodlot Association of Alberta
Manitoba Woodlot Association
Ontario Woodlot Association
Federation of NS Woodland Owners
Cariboo Woodlot Association
North Island Woodlot Association
Nadina Woodlot Association
Conseil de l’industrie forestière du Québec (CIFQ) /
Québec Forest Industry Council (QFIC)
Woodlot Licence W1832 – Winlaw Creek Woodlot
Woodlot Licence 0029 and 1671 – Westlake Woodlands
Woodlot Licence 1908 – Charles Bloom Secondary School and Forestry Program