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The Council of the Haida Nation, Canadian Coast Guard, BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy and Taan Forest were the Unified Command who oversaw the Foss 153 Diesel Spill Diinan Kahlii Dinan Bay, Haida Gwaii. As a result of the sampling outcomes and planned long-term monitoring of the spill site, Unified Command has stood down, ending the formal incident response.
Notice is hereby given that Taan Forest has received a major amendment approval to their approved Forest Stewardship Plan for TFL 60 and FLC A87661 adding new licenses A97524 and FNWL N1G (The Haida Tenure) without having been made publicly available for review and comment.
Taan Forest LP (Taan) is certified under the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) BC-Regional Forest Management Standard and is in the process of transitioning to the new FSC Canada Standard (FSC Trademark License: FSC® C104355).
Sampling and SCAT (Shoreline Cleanup and Assessment Technique) surveys are now complete.
Following the intense spill response last week, efforts are now being directed to shoreline monitoring and environmental sampling
Following three days of intense spill response, clean-up efforts are now being directed to shoreline monitoring and environmental sampling.
Today clean-up efforts continue in relation to the diesel spill in Dinan Bay.
At Dinan Bay between 01:00 and 05:00 April 22, 2020 a valve feeding diesel to the electrical generator failed on the Toba Barge owned by Taan Forest.
Notice is hereby given that Taan Forest is submitting a First Nation Woodland Licence Management Plan (FNWL) to convert the Haida Tenure FLC A87661 to a First Nation Woodland Licence FNWL N1G.