What is the Managed Forest Council?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.
Who We AreThe Council Consists of Five Members
Two members appointed by the provincial government, two members elected by private Managed Forest landowners and  one chair who is jointly appointed by the other four council members
What is Managed Forest Land?
Managed Forest Classification
Managed Forest is a BC Assessment property classification (class 7) established in 1988 to encourage private landowners to manage their lands for long-term forest production.
Protecting Key Environmental Values
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.
There are 3 potential steps upon conclusion of an investigation:
Council Determination, Reconsideration of Council Decision, and Appeal to the Forest Appeals Commission.
The Annual Declaration form is now available for owners to report their harvesting, destroyed timber, road building, road deactivation, and reforestation activities. One of Council’s administrative roles is to collect information on the forest management [...]
UPDATE: Blair Robertson, Managed Forest 177, has been re-elected by acclamation for a three-year term starting July 1, 2019. A Call for Nominations for a three-year term on Council will be mailed to managed forest [...]
2017-18 Highlights include: conducting inspections & investigations; continuing engagement with stakeholders; reviewing the Council Regulation; initiating a review of management commitments; and administering the managed forest program that encompasses 818,000 hectares. As an independent agency [...]
Managed forest landowners must be aware of reforestation obligations for areas where timber has been harvested or destroyed. These areas must be both restocked and successfully regenerated in accordance with Section 31 of the Private [...]