Public input sought on Interior forest sector

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The provincial government is looking for public input when it comes to shaping the Interior forest sector, in order to make it more innovative, create more jobs, and support Interior communities.

Lower prices for lumber, pressure from the ongoing softwood lumber dispute with the U.S., a shrinking timber supply due to back-to-back wildfire seasons, and the end of the mountain pine beetle salvage harvest have resulted in recent mill closures and curtailments.


Source: The Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal


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