Community forests in British Columbia: Models that work

@inproceedings{Allan1994CommunityFI,
  title={Community forests in British Columbia: Models that work},
  author={Kim Allan and Darrell Frank},
  year={1994}
}
Two British Columbia community forests, each a municipal forest operation, are located in the Districts of Mission and North Cowichan, respectively. Both have management histories going back over forty years. This paper presents details of these community forests, focussing on background and history, forest management programs, and goals and benefits. The forests are contrasted in terms of tenure and ecological conditions. They are found similar in terms of local control and overall management… CONTINUE READING