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Table of Contents
|Thinning of a Ponderosa Pine/Douglas-Fir Forest in South-Central BC: Impacts on Understorey Vegetation|
|Kim Ducherer, Yuguang Bai, Don Thompson, Klaas Broersma|
|Documenting Fire History in a British Columbia Ecological Reserve|
|Climate Biomonitoring with Lichens in British Columbia’s Inland Temperate Rainforest|
|Asha Marie MacDonald, Darwyn Coxson, Curtis Bjork|
The Community Forestry Guidebook II: Effective Governance and Forest Management
|In the face of many challenges related to a range of social, ecological, and economic factors, a growing number of British Columbia's forest-dependent communities see community forests as a way to stabilize their rural communities.|
Fish-stream Crossing Guidebook
|The revised 2012 edition of the Fish-stream Crossing Guidebook is now available at the Fish Passage Technical Working Group’s (FPTWG) website: http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfp/fish/FishPassage.html|
Congratulations Dave Wilford
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC presented Dave Wilford with the C.J. Westerman Memorial for his achievements in excellence in professional, technical, and community service.