Ninety-three Vegetation Resources Inventory plots were remeasured and analyzed to assist in making decisions regarding future timber supply and lumber manufacturing in the Lakes Timber Supply Area, British Columbia, for the South, Central, and North areas, which included the Burns Lake and Cheslatta Community Forests. Most of the trees were in the smaller diameter classes; in the larger diameter classes, the number of trees decreased as diameter increased. As well, there was a large amount of advance regeneration in the stands. Log grade, damage, and loss factor histograms provided information on timber quality.
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