BC Woodlots

4 - 2019 AGM Part 3: Competing Resource Management Objectives, Regulations & Policy

January 29, 2021 Lisa Marak Season 1 Episode 4
BC Woodlots
4 - 2019 AGM Part 3: Competing Resource Management Objectives, Regulations & Policy
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BC Woodlots
4 - 2019 AGM Part 3: Competing Resource Management Objectives, Regulations & Policy
Jan 29, 2021 Season 1 Episode 4
Lisa Marak

2019 AGM Conference, Smithers BC
Beyond Sawlogs: Woodlot Opportunities & Challenges


Part 3: Competing Resource Management Objectives, Government Regulations & Policy


Panel Presentation - Competing Resource Management Objectives, Government Regulation and Policy for woodlot licences with a focus on smoke management, improved utilization and waste. Ben Weinstein, Air Quality Meteorologist with the Ministry of Environment presents a Collaborative Approach to Smoke Management in the Bulkley Valley TSA; Jay Baker (RPF), woodlot licensee and forester at  Silvicon Services presents Beyond sawlogs: from a Community Forest Perspective; and Karen Price (PHD), woodlot licensee and ecologist presents Wood Adds Sustainability to Ecosystems.

Their presentations can be found at www.woodlot.bc.ca

Show Notes

2019 AGM Conference, Smithers BC
Beyond Sawlogs: Woodlot Opportunities & Challenges


Part 3: Competing Resource Management Objectives, Government Regulations & Policy


Panel Presentation - Competing Resource Management Objectives, Government Regulation and Policy for woodlot licences with a focus on smoke management, improved utilization and waste. Ben Weinstein, Air Quality Meteorologist with the Ministry of Environment presents a Collaborative Approach to Smoke Management in the Bulkley Valley TSA; Jay Baker (RPF), woodlot licensee and forester at  Silvicon Services presents Beyond sawlogs: from a Community Forest Perspective; and Karen Price (PHD), woodlot licensee and ecologist presents Wood Adds Sustainability to Ecosystems.

Their presentations can be found at www.woodlot.bc.ca