Supply Area (TSA)
The Quesnel TSA covers approximately 1.28 million hectares and includes the
city of Quesnel, and the communities of Red Bluff, Barlow Creek, Dragon Lake and Bouchie Lake.
Other communities within the Quesnel TSA include Wells in the east, and
Nazko and Kluskus villages in the west.
The Quesnel TSA is located in the northern
part of the Cariboo Natural Resource Region, lying in the Fraser
Basin and the Interior Plateau between the Coast Mountains on the
west and the Cariboo Mountains on the east. To the west of
Quesnel and of the Fraser plateau, the TSA includes the
Itcha-Illgachuz mountain ranges, to the east lie the Quesnel
Highlands, Barkerville, and the Cariboo River. The Quesnel TSA is administered by the
Quesnel Natural Resource District.
Current Timber Supply Review (TSR)
The current allowable annual cut (AAC) for the Quesnel TSA is
2,607,000 cubic metres, effective
June 16, 2017.
This AAC will remain in effect until a new AAC is determined which
must take place within 10 years of this determination, unless postponed
in accordance with Section 8(3.1) of the
Current TSR Documents
Pre–2011 TSR Documents
Pre–2007 TSR Documents
Pre–2002 TSR Documents
Pre–1997 TSR Documents