Community Forests: Exceptional Work in Local Forests by Local People Making Local Decisions

June 7, 2019 BCCFA Newsletter: West Boundary Community Forest recognized for its collaboration with the Forest Enhancement Society of BC (FESBC)  to mitigate wildlife risk, enhance wildlife habitat, forest recreation, increase the utilization of fibre, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions through various treatments. These projects provide a triple win for British Columbians: increased social, economic and environmental benefits. Click to read the full article.

“Wildfire risk reduction to protect people, homes, businesses, communications, water, power, and emergency escape routes is a priority for FESBC and community forests. We’ve been able to collaborate with many community forests throughout the province and have worked in unison with the BCCFA,” said FESBC Executive Director Steve Kozuki.