Land use table meets in Port Clements

  • Jul. 7, 2004 9:00 a.m.

The final interest statements from land use forum members will be presented at meetings in Port Clements today, tomorrow and Saturday.
Meeting times have been adjusted to allow forum members to attend the music festival this weekend, said co-chair Carol Kulesha. The forum will meet from 9 am to 5 pm on Thursday and Friday and 9 am to noon Saturday morning at the Port Clements community hall.
Representatives from non-timber forest products, band councils, Haida cultural values, public interest, small business forestry and forest-based employment will make presentations, Ms Kulesha said.
The forum will also discuss eco-system based management goals and principles as well as continuing with agreement building for an outline of the final plan, Ms Kulesha said.
The forum will take a summer break after this meeting and reconvene in September.

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