The 2017 Land and Resource Symposium convened a mix of elected officials from local and First Nations governments and their senior staff; representatives of resource-based economic sectors including forestry (major licensees, woodlot associations, community forests), agriculture, tourism, trapping, and guide outfitting; and provincial government agency staff from: Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and RuralDevelopment, Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation; and Agriculture.

For a list of all participants, including those invited but who weren't able to attend, see the Symposium Attendance document below.

On Day 2 of the Cariboo Chilcotin Land and Resource Symposium, participants had the option to participate in three of six breakout sessions on the topics of: timber/fibre supply; fire and its management; fish, wildlife and habitat; agriculture; forest health; and hydrology/water.  Participants were asked to debrief on what struck them from the panellist’s presentation; add any additional impacts, challenges or opportunities, and identify the most immediate next steps.  

Based on notes from these sessions, attached below, the final report recommendations were developed.


Symposium attendance and invitees (56 KB)
Date: November 14, 2017

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