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Central Chilcotin Rehabilitation Ltd. has received financial support from FESBC
Forests minister Doug Donaldson doesn’t support ‘moratorium’
Invasive Species Council of BC executive director Gail Wallin will serve a three-year term
A single fertilizer treatment can add about 15 cubic metres of wood per hectare within 10 years
The fibre will be used by Pinnacle Renewable Energy and Atlantic Power
Mass timber lauded for sustainability, jobs potential
Market slump frustrates NDP plan to revive mill employment
The 2018 investigation resulted in several recommendations, some already acted on
Truck Loggers Association wants to run their business without worrying about changing goalposts
Hundreds have signed up for pension bridging said consultant Terry Tate
The company also announced curtailments at their pulp mills in Prince George.
Once in a lifetime thing, it doesn’t happen in small communities very often, says Fruitvale mayor.
Investigation finds fewer unsafe culverts and crossings
Every year about 5,000 tree planters from B.C. and other areas travel to the province
Main problem with the ponds is toxic chemicals such as ammonia, mercury, and naphthenic acids.
Bryan Reid Sr. of Williams Lake said they received a call of thanks from Canada’s Chrystia Freeland
Nechako Lumber, Apollo Forest Products and Lakeland Mills to be curtailed for three weeks starting April 5.
Have you heard of the African hippos in Colombia, South Africa?
There is logging activity in the Fox Mountain area with chip trucks heading into town
West Fraser Sawmill in Williams Lake recently finished a project that separates out sawdust