The Managed Forest Council is an independent provincial agency established under the Private Managed Forest Land Act to administer the Managed Forest Program and protect key public environmental values on private Managed Forest land in British Columbia.
The Private Managed Forest Land Council was established in May 2004 to administer the forest practices component of the Managed Forest Program, which includes the protection of key public environmental values on private managed forest land.
The Managed Forest Council has released a report outlining results of a survey undertaken to assist in the assessment of the effectiveness of private managed forest land regulations in protecting drinking water. The owners of [...]
Protection of water quality and fish habitat are two of the forest management objectives identified in the Private Managed Forest Land Act. The Private Managed Forest Land Council Regulation (Council Regulation) provides clear requirements for [...]
The Private Managed Forest Land Act (Act) and regulations place many requirements on the owners of private managed forest land. The Act also establishes several mechanisms that may be used to ensure compliance with the [...]
One of Council’s administrative roles is to collect information on the forest management activities of Managed Forest Owners. Owners are required, by the Private Managed Forest Land Act, to submit an Annual Declaration each year [...]