Conference Synopsis, Forest History Association of British Columbia: Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities

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At the end of September, the Forest History Association of BC held a very successful annual meeting in and around Prince George. Conference organizers also included individuals from the University of Northern British Columbia, the Aleza Lake Research Forest Society and the Central British Columbia Railway and Forest Industry Museum.

NiCHE has just posted an illustrated description of the various field trips and sessions for those who could not attend.

You can find this page HERE.

Thanks to the conference organizers for compiling this detailed account. Photos provided by Erica Hernandez and David Brownstein.


Featured image: Moose, near Prince George, British Columbia, 1923. Photo by Thomas W. Brewer. Accessed via Wikimedia Commons.
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David Brownstein is the Principal of Klahanie Research Ltd ( He is also a longstanding UBC sessional instructor, and the continuing co-ordinator of NiCHE's "The Canadian Forest-History Preservation Project" (still facilitating archival donations after 11 years).

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