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  • FPB Newsletter: Eye on BC's Forests - Summer 2015
  • Annual Report Highlights State of BC’s Forest and Range Practices
  • Fuel Management in the Wildland Urban Interface - Update
    Fire has been a natural part of many ecosystems in BC. Lightning-caused fires periodically reduced the build-up of forest fuels, replaced older stands of trees and created a patchwork of different ages and forest types across the landscape. First...
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  • Access Management and Resource Roads: 2015 Update
    In 2005, the Board reported on the state of access management in BC. The Board identified issues that reduced government's ability to provide positive benefits and prevent negative effects of resource roads. While there has been some progress in the...
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What We Do
FPB Newsletter: Eye on BC's Forests - Summer 2015
Annual Report Highlights State of BC’s Forest and Range Practices
  • Logging Old Forest on TFL 47 - Sonora Island
    Ecosystem-based management (EBM) is a forest management approach intended to maintain ecosystem integrity while...
  • 2015 Benchmark Survey
    Between February 26 and March 31, 2015 the Forest Practices Board conducted a benchmark survey. The objective of this...
  • Follow-up Report on Wildlife and Cattle Grazing in the East Kootenay
    The Rocky Mountain Trench is rich in ecological diversity. It is the low-elevation grassland and open forest ecosystems...
  • Summary of 2013 and 2014 Audit Reports
    A summary of  findings of the 23 audits published in 2013 and 2014 that draws attention to the number of failures to...
  • Fuel Management in the Wildland Urban Interface - Update
    Fire has been a natural part of many ecosystems in BC. Lightning-caused fires periodically reduced the build-up of...
  • BCTS and Timber Sale Licence Holders - Chilliwack Natural Resource...
    As part of its 2014 compliance audit program, the Forest Practices Board randomly selected BC Timber Sales' (BCTS)...
Logging Old Forest on TFL 47 - Sonora Island

Ecosystem-based management (EBM) is a forest management approach intended to maintain ecosystem integrity while...

2015 Benchmark Survey

Between February 26 and March 31, 2015 the Forest Practices Board conducted a benchmark survey. The objective of...

Follow-up Report on Wildlife and Cattle Grazing in the East Kootenay

The Rocky Mountain Trench is rich in ecological diversity. It is the low-elevation grassland and open forest...