Forest & Range Evaluation Program Resource Features Monitoring
Specific resource features are identified and protected under the Forest & Range Practices Act (FRPA).
Such features include:
1. Karst, a distinctive topography in which the landscape is shaped by the dissolving action of water on carbonate bedrock such as limestone, dolomite or marble;
2. Culturally modified trees, an important resource feature that mark B.C.'s First Nations' heritage; and,
3. Wildlife trees that provide important nesting habitat for cavity nesting species.