This application for a Forest Stewardship Plan is produced for Community Forest Agreement K20. The agreement covers harvesting rights of crown timber from 19,809 ha surrounding Tumbler Ridge. The plan is primarily a landscape level plan that contains legally enforceable results or strategies for managing a forest resource.
This supporting document to the Forest Stewardship Plan (FSP) assists readers of the FSP in interpreting its application for resource management within the areas covered by the forest development units of the FSP.
This multi-signatory Forest Stewardship Plan is being developed as a joint effort from the listed forest tenure holders operating in the Peace Natural Resource District. The consistency serves to aid the public, stakeholders and First Nations in gaining a deeper understanding and confidence in the forest practices being exercised on the landscape.
Additional detail for the results, strategies and measures that represent normal forest management practices implemented by the holders of the FSP.
Approval letter from the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development approving the 2019 Forest Service Plan for a term of 5 years.
This management plan follows the original 2011 25-year agreement and relates to TRCF's uplift request to address Mountain Pine Beetle damaged timber.
The 2018 strategic plan builds upon the milestones achieved since the 2012 strategic plan, reviewing its goals and objectives and shaping them to the next 5 year's requirements
Confirmation letter from the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations that the existing management plan remains in effect
This analysis was compiled in support of an allowable cut determination that includes the original community forest area as well as the expansion community forest area.
Supporting data to the Tumbler Ridge Community Forest Agreement (K20) Timber Supply Analysis Report
This Management Plan builds upon the original 2011 25-year Community Forest Agreement and incorporates an expansion area of 20,134 ha. for a total of 39,986 ha.
The purpose of a CWPP is to identify the wildfire risks within and surrounding a community, to describe the potential consequences if a wildfire was to impact the community, and to examine possible ways to reduce the wildfire risk.
BC provincial regional districts, municipalities, and fire departments have created wildland interface fire management plans becaue weath paterns and flammable vegetation have created a high-risk for interface fires.
If you would like to know more about the Community Forest, there are lots of ways to get involved. Come out to our quarterly public meetings or the Annual General Meeting. Approach the management with your inquiries, or request information from one of the seven directors. Perhaps you have a business opportunity. We welcome all input.