Our 235 members represent a variety of professions and come from all corners of the province, with some hailing from the western United States and eastern Canada.
The FHABC’s objectives are:
- to act as a coordinating agency in the collection of historical records pertaining to the conservation, management, and use of the forests of British Columbia; to stimulate interest by individuals and groups in the collection and use of such information;
- to cooperate with individuals and organizations in the collection, cataloguing, storage, and preservation of forest history records;
- to encourage the publication of material relating to the various facets of BC’s forest history; to undertake such other matters which relate to the forest history of the province;
- to communicate with the membership, the public, libraries, archives, and other institutions through social media and a newsletter.