"As of this week, our WoodEx sawmill is now operating on a full one-shift basis. Since this past August, our Kootenay Wood preserving operations has been operating near a 1.5 shift basis. In addition, harvesting operations from our private timberlands has been progressing since late July. As of this month, we are operating at a steady-state on these lands and have commenced silviculture operations with an order of 1.2 million new seedlings."
- It must remove the government classification of Managed Forest (which requires replanting) on their lands. This they’ve reportedly tried to do with no success.
- If they can’t do that, they can purchase mills that are not FSC certified and as you read above, they’ve had no luck so far.
- If they can’t do that, they can have the mills they sell logs to remove their FSC certification. We strongly believe that Canfor will not remove its FSC certification.
- Galloway is not FSC certified. WynnWood and JHH have a similar certification called SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) and would not remove their certification under their present ownership.