Government’s public consultation on the topic of converting some or a portion of some volume-based forest licences to new or expanded area-based tree farm licences ran from April 1 to noon May 30, 2014.  

Jim Snetsinger, who led the consultation process, has prepared the following report for government with his recommendations:

Final Report

For the next little while you can still download the discussion paper, learn more about forest tenures, read the stakeholder submissions and email/written submissions, and read the blog conversation that occurred during the consultation period (below):


Recent Posts

Blog#9 – Southern BC Speaks Up

This week I travelled to southern B.C. for more meetings with First Nations, stakeholder groups and concerned citizens. On May 13th in Kamloops I met with 13 different groups and individuals. That was followed by a highly productive engagement workshop … Read More

Blog Post #1- Welcome from Jim Snetsinger

Welcome to government’s website and blog for public consultation on area-based tenures. Over the next two months, I’ll be meeting with stakeholders and members of the public to collect feedback from as many people as possible on converting some or … Read More