Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations
Annual Cut (AAC) for Timber Supply Areas (TSA)
excludes Community Forest Agreements (CFA), First Nations Woodland Licence (FNWL), and
Tree Farm Licences (TFLs)
Pacific TSA - Instrument No. 18 in the matter of TFL 41, refer to Pacific TSA documentation http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hth/timber-tenures/timber-supply-areas/pacific.htm (Pacific TSA created July 15, 2009).
Cascadia TSA - Instrument No. 6 in the matter of TFL 52, refer to Cascadia TSA documentation http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hth/timber-tenures/timber-supply-areas/cascadia.htm (Cascadia TSA created July 6, 2011).
Arrowsmith TSA - effective December 2, 2011, the AAC for the Arrowsmith TSA is 420,000 cubic metres. In accordance with Section 12 of the Allowable Annual Cut Administration Regulation, the AAC of the Arrowsmith TSA is reduced by the AAC set for the First Nation Woodlot Licence (FNWL).
Fraser TSA - effective December 14, 2011, the AAC for the Fraser TSA is 1,239,100 cubic metres. In accordance with Section 11 of the Allowable Annual Cut Administration Regulation, the AAC of the Fraser TSA is reduced by the AAC set for the community forest agreement (CFA).
Bulkley TSA - In January 2002 the AAC for the Bulkley TSA was set at 882,000 cubic metres. Due to the deletion of area from the TSA to establish the Wetzink'wa Community Forest, the effective AAC for the TSA was reduced by 30,000 cubic metres to 852,000 cubic metres. In August 2007, the chief forester postponed the date for the next AAC determination.
Sunshine Coast TSA - effective August 22, 2013, AAC is 1,204,808 m3 - Section 11, Allowable Annual Cut Administration Regulation.