Save Our Forest Team-Comox Valley holding public meeting to discuss forestry government

Save Our Forests Team – Comox Valley (SOFT-CV) is holding a public meeting to talk about and complete the B.C. government consultation survey on the legislation that governs how public lands and forests are managed in B.C.

The government wishes to strengthen its ability to sustainably manage these lands and is asking for public input.

Join SOFT-CV on July 11, 6:30-8 p.m. at the Courtenay Public Library, 6th & Duncan, Courtenay.

Jens Wieting from Sierra Club BC will be joining the meeting remotely. The public can join in person, or remotely by going to https://zoom.us/j/191680581

Bring a laptop/tablet and earbuds if you would like to do the survey online at this event.

We will provide some paper copies for people with no devices. Space is limited. RSVP to emzand47@gmail.com

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