A former employee of the B.C. Forest Service criticizes forest management decisions being made by public servants in Victoria “that work against the sound management of local forests,” in a recent opinion piece in the Vancouver Sun.
Anthony Britneff worked for the B.C. Forest Service for 40 years, holding senior professional positions in inventory, silviculture and forest health.
He states: “Rural British Columbians understand that Victoria’s timber supply review process is seriously flawed and many AAC’s are fraudulently high. It is time their political masters in the urban south understand that too.”
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