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CRITCoast Region Implementation Team


 

 

 

Coast Region Implementation Team (CRIT)

CRIT is a team of forest resource practitioners working together within the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (FLNR) West and South Coast Regions to achieve industry and government goals and objectives under the Forest and Range Practices Act (FRPA). The goal of CRIT is to resolve issues promptly and communicate solutions to practitioners and promote and support a spirit of cooperation, trust and innovation among forest practitioners. The CRIT works closely with the Coast Area Forest Management Leadership Teams (FMLT) and the Coast Operational Issues Forum (Coast OIF) to ensure implementation issues are resolved at the appropriate level.

Terms of Reference

From its inception in 2003, CRIT has been responsible for the development of its own terms of reference (TOR) with subsequent endorsement by FLNR and the Coast Forest Products Association (CFPA) senior management sponsors. For questions or comments regarding these publications, please contact the CRIT secretary.

 

Membership

The team includes representatives and their alternate representatives from the Ministry of FLNR, BC Timber Sales, the Association of BC Forest Professionals,-the Coast Forest Products Association (CFPA) and non-CFPA forest tenure holder members. The team is co-chaired by one FLNR member and one CFPA member.  Each member is responsible for communicating FRPA implementation issues and solutions between CRIT and the clients and constituents they represent.

 

Issues Submission

CRIT and FMLT provides forest professionals with a forum to identify and resolve forest stewardship planning and practices implementation issues at the regional and district levels.  In addition, CRIT works closely with the Coast OIF to identify and bring resolution to forest stewardship issues at the regional scale and identify issues and contacts for dealing with issues at the provincial scale.

To assist with identifying and submitting forest stewardship implementation issues, a Policy Initiation Form  is available to help document information necessary to communicate and address the issue. Forest planners and practitioners are encouraged to forward completed form(s) to the appropriate CRIT, FMLT or OIF issues management team representative. For questions or comments regarding how to fill out a policy initiation form, please contact the CRIT secretary.

 

What's New for September 2018

1.      The Importance of Silviculture in Timber Supply Analysis, a Coastal Perspective discussion paper

 

The Silviculture Working Group has completed development of a discussion paper looking at the linkage between silviculture practices and timber supply analysis. The goal is to highlight the significant influence silviculture practices has on timber supply analysis on the coast, Follow the link to Silviculture Working Group page to access this document.

 Feedback & Contact Information  

If there is a forest stewardship implementation issue that you would like to be brought to the attention of CRIT, or for information about upcoming meetings and conference calls, contact your CRIT representative by following the Membership link above or contact the CRIT secretary.

Chuck Rowan, CRIT Secretary
Telephone: (250) 751-7096
Email:chuck.rowan@gov.bc.ca

 

 

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