New Article Published in BC Forest Professional
A new article written by HPCC’s Forest Manager, Erik Leslie, has been published in BC Forest Professional. The article highlights HPCC’s climate change project and can be read below or by clicking here.
The full Spring Issue of the BCFP publication can be found here: Spring 2023 (fpbc.ca)
HPCC is Hiring! Office Coordinator Position Available
The Harrop Procter Community Co-operative is currently hiring for our Office Coordinator position. Please see the information below for more details on this job opportunity. The deadline for applications is April 21st, 2023 at 4PM.
Please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com if you are interested.
For a PDF version of the information below click here.
Forest Stewardship Plan 2023-2028
To view the 2023-2028 Forest Stewardship Plan, click here.
Community Forest Newsletter Winter 2022-2023
Our Winter 2022-2023 newsletter is now available!
Click here to read: Community Forest Winter 2022-2023 Newsletter
FESBC Press Release: HPCC Wildfire Risk Reduction
The Forest Enhancement Society of BC has issued a press release regarding funding for wildfire risk reduction projects in our community forest.
“HPCC has been an excellent FESBC partner, delivering excellent value and achieving all of the FESBC goals by removing fuels from the forest in critical areas and going the extra mile to reduce burning from these operations. We could not be happier for the community and the people who work hard to manage the forest,” said Brian Watson, RPF, Operations Manager with FESBC.
Jennifer Gunter, Executive Director of the BC Community Forest Association applauded the contributions the HPCC has been making since its inception. “As one of the original community forest pilots in B.C., Harrop-Procter is a leader in the community forest movement. Their dynamic and innovative work in climate change adaptive management with a focus on reducing wildfire hazard over the past 10+ years provides an important and practical example of how to integrate climate science and risk assessment into tangible forest management decision-making. Their willingness to engage and share their experiences are a motivation to the community forest network provincially, nationally, and internationally.”
“Our forests are complex and dynamic ecosystems. We manage simultaneously for many values. We are extracting timber, and that is a primary economic factor in our work, but the starting point in our community forest is to protect the watersheds that everyone in Harrop and Procter drinks out of. Our focus is protecting our watersheds,” said Erik Leslie, RPF, HPCC’s Forest Manager. “Our ecosystem-based approach integrates wildfire risk reduction, protection of sensitive sites, and climate change adaptation.”
For the full press release click here.
CREDTalks – HPCC Forest Manager Webinar
HPCC Forest Manager, Erik Leslie, will be giving a webinar hosted by the Columbia Mountains Institute on March 9th at 12pm PST. As part of a series on ecological resilience and climate adaptation, Erik will be presenting on the work being done at the Harrop Procter Community Forest. There are 6 other speakers as part of this fantastic series.
Below is the link for info and registration:
CREDtalks (Columbia Region Ecological Discussions) > Columbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology (cmiae.org)