1. The term “non-timber forest products” has replaced the term “agroforestry” used in the 1993 draft report. Agroforestry implies land management for the simultaneous production of food, crops and trees.

  2. Under Section 104 of the new Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act there is provision to develop regulations for botanical forest products.

  3. The number of identified botanical forest products has increased from the 175 identified in the draft 1993 report.

  4. Miscellaneous botanical forest products include those that do not readily fit into the above categories. Honey and smoke woods are examples.

  5. Pine mushroom formerly also known as Armillaria ponderosa.

  6. The mushroom is the fungi’s fruiting body, a very small percentage of the total fungal biomass.

  7. The Ministry of Forests does not encourage the harvesting (commercial or otherwise) of threatened and endangered species such as camas. These species must be protected.