Nearly 1/3 of the forests in Tree Farm Licence 44 are old-growth: study – Wood Business

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A comprehensive technical analysis shows 32 per cent of the forests in Tree Farm Licence 44 (TFL 44) on Vancouver Island are old-growth (older than 250 years) with this number expected to increase over the next seven generations to reach 39 per cent. The analysis was completed at the request of C̕awak ʔqin Forestry (formerly…

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