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Pedro activities about to begin!

On November 2nd activities will begin in the Pedro Management…
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Silverton North WUI project resumes

Starting October 5th, 2015 the Silverton North WUI project is…
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Silverton North project begins!

The Silverton Interface project on the east and north side of…
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Slocan WUI project last phase starts up

This fall the Slocan WUI project will completed.  We expect…
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Village of Silverton gets $395 000 for Wildland Interface Work

Over the last year, SIFCo has worked with the Village of Silverton…
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Summer activities on SIFCo's Landbase

This summer SIFCo will be working in three different management…
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Slocan WUI Project starts again!

After a winter of inactivity, SIFCo's WUI crew is back at work…
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Slocan Interface Project begins!

The Slocan Interface project on the east side of the highway…
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Silverton/Red-Mountain Interface Project Completed

After 15 months and a $400,000 investment, the Wildland-Urban…
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Village of Slocan gets $265 500 for Wildland Interface Work

Over the last 12 months SIFCo has worked with the Village of…
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Harvesting to begin up Winlaw FSR

A 12 ha of dry forest on south-facing slope, 2 km up Winlaw FSR…
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Harvesting to begin up Ponderosa FSR

A 17-hectare harvesting project is set to begin up the Ponderosa…
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SIFCo gets 25 year License! Come Celebrate with us!

On December 11, 2011, SIFCo achieved a milestone is its evolution…
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Intern from Sweden joins the SIFCo team!

SIFCo is currently hosting a Master’s student as an intern…
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SIFCo completes Timber Supply Review

After hosting four community meetings to present the findings…
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Contractor Call

This is a call for Expressions of Interest by qualified contractors who wish to be informed of contract work opportunities within the Slocan Integral Forestry Cooperative (SIFCo) community forest. SIFCo harvesting operations are generally dispersed retention or group selection, with block volumes from 3000 to 6000 m3. To download expression of interest click here»
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Interface Work Completed in New Denver!

The Interface work is now almost complete in the village of New…
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First harvest opportunity for SIFCo

Today SIFCo began work on the ground: We began our first harvest…
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$27,500 invested in Bannock Point improvements

As a popular, fairly remote, local destination, the spectacular…
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SIFCo receives $135,620 for Invasive Plant Reduction

Following our 2008 Invasive Plant Inventory and our small Pilot…
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Forest Stewardship Plan (FSP) approved

Today the last draft of our Forest Stewardship Plan (FSP) was…
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New Landscape Level Plan maps released today

As part of SIFCo’s Landscape Level Plan a new set of maps was…
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New video shows 'virtual fly-over' of our landbase

Watch a video of a Google Earth 'virtual fly-over' of our landbase…
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Landscape Level Plan (LLP) published

After six months of work, SIFCo has completed its Landscape…
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SIFCo Application for CFA accepted

Today we became tenure holders! After four years of work we signed…
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Our Management Plan accepted

Today our updated Management Plan was accepted by the Ministry…
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SIFCo's CFA application accepted in principle

In August of 2007, we heard from the Ministry of Forests (MOF)…
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CFA application completed

On the 12th of January 2007, our final application was mailed…
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We finalized our Negotitation with SCFP

Today we finalized our negotiations with Springer Creek Forest…
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We finalized our negotiation with BCTS

A few days ago we finalized our negotiations with British Columbia…