Communicator – 2023 Begins With a New GM and ABCFP Honours Al Waters, Retired Woodlotter

February 21, 2023

Gord Chipman is welcomed as the new General Manager of BC’s Woodlot Licence program and the Association of BC Forest Professionals (ABCFP) honours Al Waters, RPF (Ret) and retired woodlot licence holder as a distinguished Forest Professional – Foresters who exemplify the standards of the designation – at the 2023 ABCFP Conference.

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2023-02-22T10:20:12-08:00February 21st, 2023|

Woodlots Licences Rooted in Learning – 2022 Conference

November 22, 2022

After two long years of Zoom, Teams and conference calls, Woodlotters were finally able to gather in person.
The 2022 Annual Conference – Rooted In Learning – was hosted by the Fraser Valley Woodlot Association in Abbotsford October 14th-16th. Over 140 members, as well as forestry stakeholders, gathered for an information-packed weekend.

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2022-11-24T17:45:25-08:00November 22nd, 2022|

Social Licence at its Best – Forestry and Recreation Compatible on a Vancouver Island Woodlot Licence

August 8, 2022

Anyone who holds a timber licence on Vancouver Island is well versed in the notions of “public engagement” and “interface” – Crown land is at a premium, and there’s a great deal of competition when it comes to using the land.

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2022-08-11T16:58:07-07:00August 8th, 2022|

Old Growth Deferral & Recruitment – Do Woodlots Belong?

A small cut block was harvested in 2021 along with another nearby block which included 20 loads of pulp from ‘fall out’ from over mature trees. Following this, the trail was rehabilitated and 25 loads of fir beetle salvage wood were taken out to prevent the beetles spread into the surrounding trees. This area of the woodlot will not be able to be managed in the future as a result of the Old Growth deferral strategy.

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2022-02-18T11:09:48-08:00February 17th, 2022|
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