Work done to enhance and protect B.C.’s forests is critical. Environmentally for wildlife, greenhouse gas reduction, and responsible land stewardship for future generations; economically for workers and communities to thrive; and socially for people to enjoy and explore this important asset.

The Forest Enhancement Society of BC (FESBC) was established to advance environmental and resource stewardship of the province’s forests. Since 2016, the Society has worked with Community Forests, First Nations, Regional Districts, municipalities, Provincial Government agencies, and the forest industry to enhance and protect B.C.’s forests.

There are 250 FESBC projects across the province and we invite you to learn more about what’s happening, not only in your province, but in your own backyard, too.