Reducing Wildfire Risk on Your Private Managed Forest Land

As the weather is (finally!) becoming more seasonal with temperatures on the rise, private managed forest landowners are thinking about the risk of wildfire on their properties and what they can do to reduce the potential for damaging wildfire while improving overall forest health and wildlife habitat.

2022 PFLA Conference Round-up

Thanks to everyone who joined us at Crown Isle Resort in Comox June 2-3 to attend the 2022 PFLA Conference, Field Tour and AGM. Discussions were productive, we learned about the latest research and practice of private forest land management, and the weather cooperated!

Final cut: Forestry facts aren’t working – what now?

This article was printed on March 31, 2022 in Canadian Forest Industries.

In 2016, Oxford dictionaries chose “post-truth” as its word of the year. Defined as, “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief,”…

The Year Ahead

The PFLA has finalized its Strategic Business Plan for 2022. The six organizational goals include advocacy for private forest landowners in BC, and enhancing relationships with First Nations and communities.

A PFLA Year In Review

Program, the PFLA’s efforts through the year are on participating in the public process to ensure government policy is fair, environmentally sound, fiscally responsible, and sufficiently respectful of private property rights.

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