1. Public shut out of consultations on Municipal Forest Reserve
Citizens of North Cowichan — whatever their position on management of our Municipal Forest Reserve — should be concerned with Mayor Al Siebring’s written statement posted on the Municipal website on Friday, July 17.
Read Full Article at sixmountains.ca
2. What’s going on with the municipal forest consultation?
North Cowichan is reviewing its forest management regime. Here’s what you need to know.
Read Full Article at The Discourse
3. Public Engagement on the Future of the Municipal Forest Reserve Paused for 60 Days
(North Cowichan, BC) – In the lead-up to launching public engagement activities to collect input on the future of the Municipal Forest Reserve, Council has enacted a 60-day pause on the engagement process to facilitate a government-to-government consultation with local First Nations.
Read Full Press Release at the North Cowichan Website
4. Exciting New Opportunity for North Cowichan
The Carbon Project Feasibility Assessment by 3GreenTree Ecosystem Services Ltd. makes the case that North Cowichan (MNC) could stop logging, sell carbon credits, generate comparable earnings to the logging and greatly reduce our net greenhouse gas emissions.
Learn more at the North Cowichan Forest Carbon Project website