BC Woodlots Podcast – 4 – Competing Resource Management Objectives, Regulations & Policy

February 1, 2021

Smithers 2019 Woodlot Conference Panel Presentation – Competing Resource Management Objectives, Government Regulation and Policy for woodlot licences with a focus on smoke management; improved utilization and waste; and wood adds sustainability to ecosystems[…]

2021-02-02T22:10:44-08:00February 1st, 2021|

BC Woodlots Podcast – 3 – Operational and Economic Opportunities for Woodlot Licensees

February 1, 2021

Smithers 2019 Woodlot Conference Panel Presentation – Fibre Utilization: Operational and Economic Opportunities for Woodlot Licensees featuring Jon Seinen, Woodlot Licensee; Josh McQuillan, Pinnacle Pellet; Stuart Spencer, FP Innovations presenting a roadside biomass volume app; and Ed Hughes, RPF, partner in Huock Resources and FBCWA Coastal Timber Pricing contractor […]

2021-02-02T22:08:04-08:00February 1st, 2021|

BC Woodlots Podcast – 2 – Fire Mitigation & Fuel Hazard Reduction

February 1, 2021

Smithers 2019 Conference Presentation – Fire Mitigation & Fuel Hazard Reduction featuring Mike Simpson who provides an overview of fuel management obligations vs non-obligations, whether or not to conduct non-obligatory fuel management, considerations and funding available.

2021-02-02T22:03:48-08:00February 1st, 2021|

BC Woodlots Podcast – 1 – The Frontline and Aftermath of the 2017 / 18 Wildfires

April 29, 2020

This is our first podcast episode! It is an interview of three woodlot licensees at the Federation of BC Woodlot Associations 2018 Williams Lake conference and AGM who talk about their experiences with the 2017 and 2018 wildfires.

The theme of the Conference is From Adversity Comes Inspiration which highlights what happened in the Cariboo-Chilcotin and around Williams Lake during the 2017 wildfires and how to move forward when it is all over. 2018 grew into another extreme wildfire year contributing to the conference’s agenda.

The first two interviews are with Marvin Strimbold and Jon Seinen, woodlot licensees who were directly involved in the Burns Lake wildfires of 2018. The third interview is with Ian Lanki, President of the Cariboo Woodlot Association who talks about why the Cariboo-Chilcotin wildfires of 2017 were so catastrophic and woodlot management post wildfires.

2021-01-31T15:11:00-08:00April 29th, 2020|
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