More sawmill closures may be coming according to study

A recent study says that there’s potential for a 1 million cubic metre decrease in AAC on the coast, and a 3 million cubic metre decrease in the Interior (File photo/Lakes District News)

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The province of B.C. could see a decrease in allowable annual cut (AAC), along with more sawmill closures in the near future.

B.C Forestry industry consultant Jim Girvan from Ladysmith B.C. conducted a recent study with the hope of showing the public and the government what will happen if the government concedes to environmental demands.


Source: BC Local News


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