Haida Gwaii Community Forest

Qala:yit Community Forest first to share revenues with BCTS

Qala:yit Community Forest first to share revenues with BCTS

A new community forest on Vancouver Island will be the first in…

 

The logging plans include cutblocks north and south of Nadu Road. (BC Timber Sales)

Technical team to review timber sales at Nadu and Lawn Hill

Forests Minister Doug Donaldson says a pair of controversial timber sales near…

 

‘Hard’ cedar limit is coming, minister says

‘Hard’ cedar limit is coming, minister says

B.C.’s forests minister says a hard limit on Haida Gwaii cedar harvesting…

 

Calls for more local control of Haida Gwaii forests were heard loud and clear at a rally held in Queen Charlotte on Saturday, Dec. 16. The same day, the province sent Haida Gwaii communities a formal invitation to apply for a community forest that would be partly shared with BC Timber Sales. (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)

Islanders aim for better deal on Haida Gwaii community forest

MIEDS asks for more time to negotiate and get updated forest inventory data

Calls for more local control of Haida Gwaii forests were heard loud and clear at a rally held in Queen Charlotte on Saturday, Dec. 16. The same day, the province sent Haida Gwaii communities a formal invitation to apply for a community forest that would be partly shared with BC Timber Sales. (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)
(Haida Gwaii Observer photo)

Port Clements is running out of time: mayor

Village calls for temporary truce to stop more logging layoffs

(Haida Gwaii Observer photo)
A map shows the proposed area for a Haida Gwaii Community Forest. Divided into five sections, the total area includes about 60,000 hectares that are expected to sustain an annual cut of about 80,000 m3.                                Most of the harvest would come from the Drizzle/Watt/Loon Lake area between Masset and Port Clements. Other areas include an east coast area south of Tlell, the Honna River area from west of Queen Charlotte to north of Skidegate, as well as the Sewell/Tasu and Skidegate Lake areas on Moresby Island. (Haida Gwaii Natural Resource District)

Islanders asked for feedback on community forest

What do islanders think of the current proposal for a Haida Gwaii…

A map shows the proposed area for a Haida Gwaii Community Forest. Divided into five sections, the total area includes about 60,000 hectares that are expected to sustain an annual cut of about 80,000 m3.                                Most of the harvest would come from the Drizzle/Watt/Loon Lake area between Masset and Port Clements. Other areas include an east coast area south of Tlell, the Honna River area from west of Queen Charlotte to north of Skidegate, as well as the Sewell/Tasu and Skidegate Lake areas on Moresby Island. (Haida Gwaii Natural Resource District)
Calls for more local control of Haida Gwaii forests were heard loud and clear at a rally held in Queen Charlotte on Saturday. The same day, the province sent Haida Gwaii communities a formal invitation to apply for a community forest that would be partly shared with BC Timber Sales. (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)

Province answers islanders’ call for a Haida Gwaii Community Forest

Proposal appears to include harvest of up to 80,000 m3, with 55,000 m3 shared with BCTS

Calls for more local control of Haida Gwaii forests were heard loud and clear at a rally held in Queen Charlotte on Saturday. The same day, the province sent Haida Gwaii communities a formal invitation to apply for a community forest that would be partly shared with BC Timber Sales. (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)
Calling for a shake-up of Haida Gwaii forestry, including a local solution to the recent dispute over BC Timber Sales and the future Haida Gwaii Community Forest, dozens of people rallied at Spirit Square and marched to the Ministry of Forests in Queen Charlotte on Saturday. (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)

BCTS receives vote of non-confidence

Council of the Haida Nation issues no-logging orders to two Port Clements companies

Calling for a shake-up of Haida Gwaii forestry, including a local solution to the recent dispute over BC Timber Sales and the future Haida Gwaii Community Forest, dozens of people rallied at Spirit Square and marched to the Ministry of Forests in Queen Charlotte on Saturday. (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)
Protest in the air over Nadu/Lawn Hill logging plans

Protest in the air over Nadu/Lawn Hill logging plans

Port Clements made to feel like a “political football”, says councillor

Protest in the air over Nadu/Lawn Hill logging plans