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Looking Forward to the Year Ahead

Each year, the PFLA determines its strategic business goals based on analysis of the year prior and forecasting of what’s to come. In 2021, the PFLA’s operations will be structured around six strategic goals:

PFLA Announces Launch of Newly Redesigned Website

The Private Forest Landowners Association is pleased to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website, www.pfla.bc.ca. Featuring a fresh look, more information on our program and a fully responsive layout for all platforms – we hope you’ll find it easier to navigate and find what you’re looking for quickly and efficiently.

United Steelworkers and Mosaic Forest Management Reach Landmark Agreements

United Steelworkers (USW, Local 1-1937) and Mosaic Forest Management have reached agreements-in principle that will bring increased collaboration, flexibility and certainty for workers and Mosaic across its South Island and Northwest Bay operations.

Province Announces Relief for Class 7 Managed Forest Owners

The PFLA is pleased to report that after recent engagement with Minister Doug Donaldson to request financial relief for PFLA members during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Province has announced it is is making temporary changes to B.C.’s property tax framework to provide financial support for businesses, including those with Class 7 Managed Forest land.

PFLA Welcomes Record Numbers to Sooke, B.C.for 24th Annual Conference

The Private Forest Landowners Association (PFLA) last week welcomed a record-number of delegates to its 24th annual Conference and Field Tour in Sooke, B.C.

Private Forest Landowners Association Supportive of Managed Forest Review

The Private Forest Landowners Association (PFLA) today announced its support of the BC Government’s review of the Private Managed Forest Land Program.

Private Forest Landowners Association Announces Bursary Winners

The Private Forest Landowners Association (PFLA) today announced the winners of its Haley Memorial Bursary in Forestry. The bursary supports UBC students in honour of the Haley family.

B.C. ministry clears up confusion on private land logging regulations

Private land logging has been a hot topic in the Elk Valley as forestry companies move into more visible areas and clearcuts impact trails, and sight lines.

Crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 in Ethiopia-Death of Canadian Peter deMarsh

Members of the Canadian Federation of Woodlots Owners were deeply saddened to learn of the death of Peter deMarsh, from New Brunswick,in the tragic plane crash in Ethiopia.

Community Collaborates on Public Access

The Private Forest Landowners Association (PFLA) is pleased to join government and community representatives today for a discussion on recreational access to private forest lands.