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State of Forest and Land-Based Investment 2021-2022 Annual Report British Columbia Ministry of Forests
2023
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Abstract: The Ministry of Forests forest and land-based investment provides strategic funding for land-based investments and aligns the targets and outputs for eligible activities with Government’s goals and objectives. Investments in forest economies and environmental stewardship activities are essential to the ministry’s mandate and support the sustainable management of key environmental values. Investment in a broad range of on-the-ground activities strengthens rural communities and protects the value of current and future natural resources. Land Based Investment Strategy (LBIS) guides ongoing resource investments and short-term targeted investments in the province’s natural resources to achieve environmental sustainability and economic prosperity. The effective and efficient delivery of this investment strategy is providing economic and social benefits to British Columbians through increased timber supply, enhanced forest and range values, greater wildlife biodiversity and more recreational opportunities.
 
British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Forest Investment and Reporting Branch. 2023. State of Forest and Land-Based Investment 2021-2022 Annual Report. British Columbia Ministry of Forests. Annual Report (FLNRORD)
 
Topic: Forest Investment Account Report
Keywords: ministry, forests, British Columbia, land-based, investments, strategic, funding, economy, economies, stewardship, support, environmental, communities, resources, strategy, sustainability, state, of, annual, report
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