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UBC Forestry Students tour the Englishman

UBC Forestry Students tour the Englishman

On October 7th the managed forest area near the Englishman River became a living classroom for a group of over 30 students from UBC’s Forestry 547. This graduate level course is available to any visiting student or program graduate that is interested in developing a better understanding of the issues and challenges facing the forest industry in BC today. This tour was...

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TimberWest Giving Event Recognizes Non-Profit Community Leadership in Lake Cowichan

TimberWest Giving Event Recognizes Non-Profit Community Leadership in Lake Cowichan

TimberWest is honoured to recognize and contribute to five non-profit community organizations for their continued service to the community of Lake Cowichan. The non-profit organizations receiving donations today volunteered at the TimberWest’s Lake Cowichan firewood lot. The 2016 firewood permit program was tremendously successful and TimberWest is donating its portion of the...

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TimberWest urges caution during Coastal storm

TimberWest urges caution during Coastal storm

A large amount of rain and wind has been forecast for Vancouver Island and the BC Coast. Already winds have knocked out power to more than 7000 BC Hydro customers, and it is expected that the weather will worsen Friday and Saturday. TimberWest is managing its operations according to our rainfall-shutdown criteria that promotes due-diligence by our Contractors to use caution...

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The Comox Valley Regional District takes a patrol flight over the Comox watershed

The Comox Valley Regional District takes a patrol flight over the Comox watershed

Written by Zoe Norcross-Nu’u, Engineering Analyst, Comox Valley Regional District. Looking out the window of the single-engine Cessna at the mountains and valleys below, I was surprised by how completely different the landscape looked in three dimensions.  Having spent dozens of hours staring at satellite imagery and maps in my job working on watershed protection for the...

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K’ómoks First Nation and TimberWest sign Memorandum of Understanding

K’ómoks First Nation and TimberWest sign Memorandum of Understanding

October 5, 2016 – Comox, Vancouver Island: Today, K’ómoks First Nation and TimberWest Forest Corp. signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that sets-forth a commitment to partner on cultural, environmental and economic opportunities around existing and future forestry operations for both parties. “This agreement solidifies and formalizes our long standing...

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It takes a village to raise Western Purple Martin populations

It takes a village to raise Western Purple Martin populations

The Western Purple Martin was almost extinct in 1985 when the population was down to only five breeding pairs. According to The Purple Martin Project, Purple Martins are part of a class of aerial insectivores, which, “feed exclusively on flying insects and are important indicators of overall ecosystem health. Canadian populations of aerial insectivores are experiencing sharp...

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National Forest Week: true north strong and green

National Forest Week: true north strong and green

The Honourable Jim Carr, Minister of Natural Resources tweeted a message of acknowledgement celebrating National Forest Week (September 18-24) and the importance of forest industry to the hundreds of thousands of Canadians who work, play and enjoy the many benefits of our renewable, natural forests. At TimberWest we were thrilled to echo the Minister’s message by...

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TimberWest and Strathcona Park Lodge: A balanced partnership

TimberWest and Strathcona Park Lodge: A balanced partnership

The school year has begun! And with that arrival comes the beginning of the school field-trip-season where thousands of students get the pleasure of enjoying outdoor educational activities across the Island. One of the Island’s most popular outdoor educational locations is Strathcona Park Lodge & Outdoor Education Centre located outside of Campbell River and hugging the...

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3rd Floor, 856 Homer St.
Vancouver, BC
Canada V6B 2W5
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TimberWest Forest Corp.
201-648 Terminal Ave.
Nanaimo, BC
Canada V9R 5E2
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TimberWest Forest Corp.
4475 North Island Highway
Campbell River, BC
Canada V9W 5C5
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Phone: (250) 716-3744
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Phone: (604) 654-4629

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Ross McKeever, Director
Real Estate Development & Sales
Phone: (250) 716-3750
Ross.McKeever@couverdon.com

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