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2015/03/26 20:33
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Island Timberlands will not stop logging in the China Creek watershed unless there’s a serious purchase offer on the table, says Morgan Kennah, Island Timberlands manager of sustainable timberlands...
2015/03/26 20:33
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2015/03/25 16:26
2015/03/25 16:26
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Uniform shelterwood is a silviculture system that can be applied to meet a number of objectives. Although called a silviculture system, it employs harvesting as the means to achieve its regeneration...
2015/03/25 12:00
2015/03/25 12:00
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To end deadlock in work on Pookode campus The deadlock over infrastructure work at Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (KVASU) headquarters at Pookode in Wayanad district has been...
2015/03/22 08:34
2015/03/22 08:34
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Cherryville residents are investigating the possibility of landslides, but that won’t likely stop a logging road. Forests Minister Steve Thomson insists B.C. Timber Sales will not delay construction...
2015/03/19 18:21
2015/03/19 18:21
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Crews completed a series of controlled burns at Chimney and Felker Lake on Wednesday, March 18. "We succeeded our expectations yesterday and fully completed the project," communications specialist...
2015/03/18 22:56
2015/03/18 22:56
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An expansion of Mountainview Mobile Park in Sparwood has been in the works for two years and council has approved the zoning bylaw. The delay has been a result of issues with the Water Stewardship...
2015/03/18 15:57
2015/03/18 15:57
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Members of the Elk Valley raised concern over forestry company Jemi Fibre Corp.’s plans to log between 300,000 and 400,000 cubic metres of managed forest lands including lands throughout the Elk...
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2015/03/18 04:24
2015/03/18 04:24
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Unfortunately I was unable to attend the “Re-Think Our Watershed,” forum hosted by the Comox Valley Conservation Strategy group up at the Stan Hagen Theatre on Feb. 24. I had a couple of questions...
2015/03/17 12:41
2015/03/17 12:41
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A prominent environmental voice in B.C. is supporting the province’s controversial wolf cull, saying an endangered mountain caribou herd “will be extinct this year” if the predator population is not...
2015/03/16 18:21
2015/03/16 18:21
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Williams Lake Fire Chief Des Webster said the seven wild land fires his department has responded to in the last few days have all been human caused. "I would like to remind people of the unseasonably...
2015/03/14 16:38
2015/03/14 16:38
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Kelowna, B.C.—There’s something for everyone as the Okanagan Basin Water Board and its Okanagan WaterWise program prepares to celebrate UN World Water Day and Canada Water Week, March 16 to 22. The...
2015/03/13 12:56
2015/03/13 12:56
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The public and conservation groups are voicing a mixture of opposition and support for the BC government’s wolf cull that aims to kill 144 to 184 grey wolves in two separate regions. The cull, which...
2015/03/12 23:29
2015/03/12 23:29
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The Hupacasath First Nation will not be getting an additional 9.5 hectares added to their woodlot W1902 at the eastern end of Burde Street after the city raised concerns to the Ministry of Forest...
2015/03/11 18:29
2015/03/11 18:29
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Agassiz resident Debra Key was set to have a relaxing day with her husband up one of Harrison Lake's scenic roads. They drove up the West Harrison Road, camp chairs in the back of the truck, ready to...
2015/03/05 18:24
2015/03/05 18:24
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Castlegar News Connors Road residents addressed Castlegar city council again Monday, imploring them to do something about a bike path that traverses their neighbourhood. John Phillips, John Shirley,...
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2015/03/04 21:21
2015/03/04 21:21
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Now that the Williams Lake Allowable Annual Cut (AAC) has been reduced to three million cubic metres, local politicians and mills are wondering how the Minister of Forests will divvy up the timber,...
2015/03/02 22:30
2015/03/02 22:30
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Residents are invited to an open house at the Surrey Museum Tuesday to learn more about an upcoming aerial pesticide spray program targeting a growing gypsy moth infestation centred in Cloverdale and...
2015/03/26 20:33
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