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General News · 22nd May 2022
CCFC Carrie Saxifrage
The Community Forest puts almost 30% of the island under local control for local benefit.

Operations are conducted by the Partnership between the Klahoose First Nation and the Cortes Community Forest Co-op.

The Co-op appoints directors who represent the non-Klahoose community.

This is the Co-Op’s AGM.

Learn how the Community Forest benefits from local use of its wood, and listen to people already in the Cortes wood industry speak to challenges and opportunities.

Learn about how a computer model can show the effect of different harvest levels on forest age and volume over time.

Learn about Partnership operations, if you missed that public meeting.

Elect directors to your Community Forest Co-op Board.

For zoom invite and passcode go to