Forest Education - Partners

COFI Forest Education Sponsors

COFI’s Forest Education Program is made possible through the generous long-term financial and volunteer support from the following companies across north-central BC.

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Apollo Brink Canfor Carrier Lumber Conifex Dunkley Lumber Hampton Affiliates Lakeland Mills Nechako Lumber West Fraser

COFI Forest Education Program Supporters

COFI’s Forest Education Program would like to thank the following companies, government ministries and organizations for their continued support through volunteer time in our many forest education programs.

Aleza Lake Research Forest – Prince George

Avison Management Services Ltd.

BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations – Quesnel, Vanderhoof, Prince George, Fort St. John

BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations – Wildfire Management – Prince George, Quesnel/Williams Lake, Telkwa, and Peace River

Canfor – Fort St. John, Prince George (Northwood & PG Sawmill), Vanderhoof, Houston

College of New Caledonia – Prince George

Government of Canada Department of Fisheries and Oceans – Quesnel/Williams Lake

Lakeland Mills Ltd. – Prince George

L&M Lumber Ltd. – Vanderhoof

Nechako Lumber Co. Ltd. – Vanderhoof

Nechako Green Energy Ltd. – Vanderhoof

Northern Lights College

Peace Valley OSB – Fort St. John

Premium Pellet Ltd. – Vanderhoof

University of Northern British Columbia – Prince George

Wetsuweten First Nations – Smithers

West Fraser Timber Company Ltd. – Quesnel, Fraser Lake, Smithers

COFI Forest Education Program Educational Partners

COFI’s Forest Education Program would like to thank the following school districts for their continued support and partnership in providing opportunities for students throughout north-central BC to learn about the importance of BC’s forest and forest industry.

School District 28 (Quesnel)

School District 54 (Bulkley Valley)

School District 57 (Prince George)

School District 60 (Peace River North)

School District 82 (Coast Mountains)

School District 91 (Nechako Lakes)

School District 59 (Peace River South)

Independent Schools North Central B.C

From the Newsroom

COFI Welcomes Measures Addressing Competitiveness in 2017 B.C. Budget

For Immediate Release

Vancouver, BC – The Council of Forest Industries (COFI) today welcomed the Government of B.C.’s s fifth consecutive balanced budget which provides some tax relief to encourage competitiveness and a continued commitment to expand our…

COFI Announces Winners of Forestry Photo Contest

Vancouver, B.C. – The Council of Forest Industries (COFI), with media partner Canadian Forest Industries (CFI) Magazine and prize sponsor London Drugs, today announced the winners of the Forestry Photo Contest.

“The photos we received truly captured the story…

BC’s Forest Sector Welcomes Tax Competitiveness Commission Report

Vancouver, BC – The Council of Forest Industries (COFI) welcomed today’s release of the report by the Commission on Tax Competitiveness, an independent panel established earlier this year to consult and review B.C.’s corporate tax structure and develop…