VICTORIA – In a study of recently logged areas, the Forest Practices Board found that fire hazard was reduced satisfactorily in most cases, but no licensees fully met the legal requirement to assess fire hazard as required by the Wildfire Act, according to a report released today. The study examined 111 randomly selected cutblocks, harvested […]
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Interest in the Board’s work and requests for assistance from the Board are continuing to grow–work on topics such as visual quality management and forest stewardship plans, and assistance dealing with concerns and complaints. To ensure we continue to make valuable contributions to forest and range management, the Board strives to remain knowledgeable on current […]
Communities that have carried out fuel reduction projects are commended for their leadership in dealing with B.C.’s growing forest fire risk, said a Forest Practices Board report issued today.