Fort Nelson Forest District

Scaling



Program Function

The Scaling and Revenue Program is to "assert the financial interest of the Crown in its forest and range resources in a systematic and equitable manner".

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District Operations

A ground view of Canfor's Fort Nelson Logyard.

The Fort Nelson Forest District Timber Scaling Section authorizes and designates all industry scalers, scale sites and the timbermarks given to wood being transported. The district check scaler then monitors scaling operations to make sure that all harvested timber is delivered and scaled properly, scales are submitted for billing, and that the billing is paid.

Timber scaling determines the volume and value of harvested wood, ensuring the Province receives accurate values from Fort Nelson Forest District's timber resource.

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Timber Scaling related links

  • Guidelines for Conducting Field Scales [pdf 287kb]
  • Provincial Logging Residue and Waste Measurement Procedures Manual
  • Revenue Branch Scaling website
  • Scale Site Application & Designation [doc 25kb] for the Fort Nelson District only
  • Scaling Manual
  • Timber Mark and Scale Sites designation search
  • Aerial view of Canfor's Fort Nelson Logyard approaching from the East, looking West.

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