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Taan Forest's Documentary
The following video documents some of the forestry operations of the Haida-owned forestry company, Taan Forest.
Forest Stewardship Plan 2023-2028: Public Review and Comments
This is a public notification from Taan Forest (Taan) to inform the community that Taan will be submitting its replacement Forest Stewardship Plan (FSP) for Haida tenures, Tree Farmer Licence (TFL) 60 and First Nation Woodland Licence (FNWL) N1G.
Public Review and Comments
As part of the FSC® commitments, Taan has recently completed the 2021 Annual Monitoring Report and welcomes review and comment from members of the Haida Nation, communities, groups and individuals at any time.
Announcement: Resource Access Road Gate Installation Notice
This is a public announcement to inform our community that Taan Forest will be installing a road gate as a traffic control device on the Jungle South Resource Road.
Forest Practices Board News Release: Taan Passes Forestry Audit
An audit of Taan Forest Limited Partnership's tree farm licence 60 and Taan Forest Ltd.'s forest licence A87661 on Haida Gwaii has found the company complied with almost all requirements of the Forest and Range Practices Act (FRPA) and the Wildfire Act.
Announcement: Expansion of Value Added Program
Taan Forest supports value-added processing and manufacturing on Haida Gwaii and is excited to announce a new pilot program that offers discounted log pricing for on-island small-scale sawyers and sawmills.
FESBC Press Release: Creating Spaces for Wildlife in Haida Gwaii
Over the last two years, Taan Forest has utilized over $1.6 million in funding from the Forest Enhancement Society of BC (FESBC) to support two projects focused on ecological restoration of close to 300 hectares of riparian and habitat area in Haida Gwaii.
Forest Practices Board General Audit – Taan Forest TFL 60 & A87661
Taan Forest welcomes the Forest Practices Board to Haida Gwaii to conduct a routine General Audit on Taan Operations relating to Provincial Legislation Requirements on TFL 60 and FLTC A87661 the week of September 20th to 24th.
Taan Forest Trained for Wildfire Safety and Suppression
All Taan staff and contractors who could be fighting wildfire are required to have annual wildfire safety and suppression training.
Logging Road Safety Tips
The construction of resource roads is to develop and protect local natural resources. Logging trucks and firefighting equipment must be able to use the roads without delay. If you choose to use resource roads for recreation access, please do so with care by following these safety tips.