Protest activities in Tree Farm Licence 38 (TFL 38) have included vandalism of equipment, road blockades and barriers, protesters appearing in active harvest zones, endangering themselves and the loggers, as well as ongoing taunts and harassment.
What does TFL stand for?
TFL stands for Tree Farm Licence (forest industry)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
6, 1996-- PACIFIC FOREST PRODUCT (TSE,ME,VSE:PFF) On July 26, 1996, the Chief Forester for the Province of British Columbia announced the approval of Pacific Forest Products Limited's ("Pacific") five-year Management Plan for Tree Farm Licence ("TFL") 19, effective August 1, 1996.
One section of the Act provides that the British Columbia Government may establish regulations which would apply to private timberlands that are classified as managed forest land located outside a tree farm licence, such as Pacific's Managed Forest Unit #7.
and Tree Farm Licence 37, both of which are subject to regulatory approval and expected to close in the first quarter of 2006, Western expects to be the largest Coastal woodland operator and lumber producer with an Annual Allowable Cut of approximately 7.
and Tree Farm Licence 37, both of which are subject to regulatory approval and expected to close in the first quarter of 2006, Western expects to be the largest Coastal woodland operator and lumber producer with an AAC of approximately 7.
In addition, the area includes Tembec's 350,000-acre Tree Farm Licence 14, located in the southeastern British Columbia.
has completed the sale of the public land portion of its Southern Vancouver Island operation, or Tree Farm Licence (TFL) 46, to the Teal-Jones Group for $17.
announced today that it is putting part of its public land logging business, Tree Farm Licence 46 (TFL 46), up for sale through an auction process with qualified bidders.