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Open letter to Mosaic Forest Management 

” … When asked about volumes, the answer was ‘approximately 6,000 to 8,000 m3 per year.’ That’s a potential of 18,000m3 to 24,000m3 total over the 3 yr plan and that would amount to approx. 500 to 700 logging truck loads. One logging truck at approx 35m3. So one truck load some say is approx 6500bft of milled lumber and approx enough lumber for a 1,000 ft2 home. Not sure ? I would like to hear island miller’s comment on that.”  

Originally published on the Cortes Tideline

By Sonya Friesen

Attention: Colin Koszman, RPF, RBTech

I live within the forest community of Squirrel Cove on the unceded territories of the Klahoose, Tla’amin and Homalco First Nation. I honor their history of 10,000 years of knowledge learnt from time in place, and their respect for all natural systems kept in balance.

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