British Columbia provides funding to reduce community wildfire risks

Enviro & Legislation

To reduce wildfires in higher-risk communities, the British Columbia government is providing $25 million in new funding to the Forest Enhancement Society of BC (FESBC). This investment will support community projects that reduce wildfire risk and enhance wildlife habitat, greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction, forest recreation and ecological resiliency. Applications for this funding will open on Monday,…

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