The Private Forest Landowners Association is a non-profit society that promotes responsible stewardship on BC’s private forest lands.
On behalf of our members, PFLA:
- advocates for private property rights;
- promotes incentives to grow trees;
- encourages government policy that is fair, environmentally sound and fiscally responsible;
- provides opportunities for continual improvement of private forest practices through ongoing education, training and investment.
Who can join?
PFLA welcomes any members who share the same goals, values and objectives of
the association. We have two distinct member classifications:
Regular membership—Open to individuals and companies who own land designated by BC Assessment as managed forest classification. Regular members commit to following the PFLA Best Management Practices Program.
Supporting Membership—Available to anyone who supports the objectives of the PFLA. A Supporting member cannot vote, but does receive all the other benefits of membership.
Regulatory Support, Advocacy and Business Support:
- Dedicated full-time staff and volunteer member committee support
- Staff and Regulatory Committee support
- Expert onsite forest management peer reviews
- Representation to government and other interested groups
- Networking opportunities with other landowners, the private forestry community and associated professionals
- Resource for private forest land management issues
- Regular PFLA newsletters
- Posting for planned events and workshops
- Notification of interesting events and workshops held by other facilitators
- Private Forest Steward Recognition Award Program
- Members receive instant email notification of frequently updated content
- Private forestry news, press releases, publications, discussion papers
- Education and training support material
- Private forest land facts and information
Education and Training:
- Continual improvement and performance assurance support
- Best Management Practices (BMP) Program
- User driven, field-oriented workshops delivered on demand or according to identified needs
- Education and training supplements, bulletins and support
- Annual General Meeting
- Forestry Field Tours
- Hometown Meetings
How to join?
For information on how to become a member please contact us directly:
Toll free in BC: 1 888 634-7352
Phone: (250) 381-7565