A conversation on B.C. forests

Join B.C. forestry professionals, First Nations, community leaders, conservationists, academics, forest companies and the general public in sharing views and concerns over the long-term health of B.C. forests and subsequently, our families and communities.

Join B.C. forestry professionals, First Nations, community leaders, conservationists, academics, forest companies and the general public in sharing views and concerns over the long-term health of B.C. forests and subsequently, our families and communities.

The Canadian Institute of Forestry, Community Futures Boundary and Selkirk College are sponsoring a Community Dialogue Session:

Date: Tuesday June 21, 2011

Time: 1 to 4 p.m. in Grand Forks and 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. in Midway

Location: Community Futures Boundary in Grand Forks (2140 Central Avenue)

Midway Community Hall in Midway (692 7th Avenue)

This is an ideal forum to discuss your concerns and convey your message to resource managers, government policy makers and elected officials about resource management in the Boundary region to ensure the health of your family and community.

Attend and participate in the Healthy Forests – Healthy Communities initiative and find out what’s happening in B.C. and your local community and how you can best be involved.

Come and make your voice heard.

For more information contact Ray Hanson at 250-442-5783, by email at 43011han@telus.net or check out the website bcforestconversation.com.

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