Saving Berries for the Bears

Introduction || Herbicides and Habitat || Recommendations
A Favorable Solution || Field Projects ||Progress
Forest Practices Code ||Conservation Strategy

A new approach to silviculture is underway in B.C.'s mainland coastal valleys.
It's an adaptive forest management process designed to maintain and restore
important grizzly bear habitat while continuing to produce high-value timber.

BC Government signature Copyright 1996
British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Silviculture Practices Branch
This web site is based on the published brochure,
Saving berries for the bears.
Original text written by Bill I'Anson. Photo credits.
Disclaimer: This is not an official copy of this document.
To obtain an official printed copy of this document please contact:
BC Environment logo Tony Hamilton, Wildlife Research Biologist
BC Environment, Wildlife Branch
780 Blanshard Street, Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4
B.C. Forest Service logo Ralph Winter, Stand Management Officer
Ministry of Forests, Forest Practices Branch
P.O. Box 9520
Victoria, B.C.
Stn. Prov. Gov.
V8W 9C2

Contact Tim Ebata if you have comments on the presentation of this information.

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