First Nations Forestry Council


On April 27, 2006, BC First Nations, through the First Nations Leadership Council, established the First Nations Forestry Council (FNFC) to provide support to BC First Nations with respect to forestry-related matters. The FNFC evolved out of the Interim Mountain Pine Beetle Working Group, established in 2005 to coordinate a First Nations response to the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic. The Pine Beetle crisis made clear the need for a province wide First Nations forestry organization.

In 2006, the First Nations Forestry Council conducted a series of regional dialogue sessions with BC First Nations. These dialogue session provided the FNFC with its vision, mission, and governance structure, and also resulted in a number of recommendations and action items which will be developed into a BC First Nations Forestry Action Plan to be reviewed and adopted by BC First Nations

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745-1979 Marine Drive
North Vancouver, BC V7P 3G2

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