Mission Tree Farm, Mission, British Columbia.
Saturday October 2nd, 2010.
- 11 am Business Meeting.
Mission Leisure Centre
7650 Grand Street
- 12 pm Lunch (approx $10)
- 12:30 pm Kim Allen, Director of Forest Management: History and Highlights.
Following Lunch, Kim Allen will give a presentation on the history of the Tree Farm, the challenges it has faced over the years, and how he sees its future development and growth. With the number of community forests now granted or proposed, Kim’s comments and thoughts should be very pertinent in understanding what is happening “in the woods” today.
- 1-4pm Tour of tree farm.
Car-pooling will be arranged for those travelling to Tsawwassen from southern Vancouver Island. Similar arrangements can be made for those who wish to travel to Horseshoe Bay. The planned program will allow those travelling back to the Island to catch one of the early evening ferries.
Please advise Stan Chester at (604) 921-9880 or of your plans to attend by Wednesday , September 29th, 2010 so that we can finalize travel and lunch arrangements.
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