Williams Lake Timber
Supply Area (TSA)
The Williams Lake TSA is one of the largest TSAs in the province, covering
approximately 4.87 million hectares. It is located in the Fraser Basin and Interior
Plateau between the Coast Mountains on the west and the Cariboo Mountains on the east.
The TSA includes the communities of Williams Lake, Alexis Creek and Horsefly.
The Williams Lake TSA is administered by the
Current Timber Supply Review (TSR)
Effective April 18, 2007, the current allowable annual cut
(AAC) for the Williams Lake TSA is 5,770,000 cubic metres. This
AAC will remain in effect until a new AAC is determined, which must take
place within 10 years of this determination, unless the
redetermination date is formally postponed according to the provisions
of Section 8 of the
Public input is a vital part of the timber supply review process.
A data package was released
on April 11, 2013. Feedback is
welcome on any issues related to the timber supply review for the
Williams Lake TSA.
Current TSR Documents
Pre–2007 TSR Documents
Pre–2002 TSR Documents
Pre–1997 TSR Documents