Principles
Raising Awareness, Commitment to Continual Improvement, Accountability
The approach is: raise awareness about key public environmental values, provide good options and networking opportunities and encourage people to adopt, develop and improve locally appropriate solutions. To be successful the process relies on accountability, responsibility and a commitment to continual improvement in protection of key public environmental values.

Education and Training – PFLA Best Management Practices (BMP) Program


Developed by private forest owners and operators, for private forest owners and operators. Our education and training program was initially conceived in 1997 and developed for forest owners, managers, and operators, by forest landowners, managers, and operators, and embraces the PFLA’s mission: To promote responsible forest stewardship on British Columbia’s private forest lands.

Program Objectives


• Ensure regulatory compliance for program participants’ operations;
• Support program participants in their efforts to continually improve forest stewardship performance;
• Develop innovative and cost effective solutions and make informed decisions;
• Initiate and develop technology and information transfer.