Lakes Timber Supply Area
The Lakes timber supply area (TSA) covers about 1.1 million hectares in north-central British Columbia, from Tweedsmuir Provincial Park in the south to the Tildelsy watershed in the north. It includes the Village of Burns Lake and smaller communities such as Decker Lake, François Lake, Grassy Plains and Danskin. The TSA is administered by the Nadina Natural Resource District office located in Burns Lake.
The allowable annual cut (AAC) for the Lakes TSA was adjusted to 1,648,660 cubic metres, effective September 8, 2016. Generally, a new AAC is set at least once every 10 years.
Feedback is welcome on any issues related to this timber supply review. Public input is a vital part of the timber supply review process.
In-Progress Timber Supply Review
Data Package (PDF) June 2018
Please note that the Lakes TSA data package review has been extended one month until September 20th, 2018.
Current Timber Supply Review
- Rationale for AAC Determination (PDF)
- Timber Supply Analysis: Public Discussion Paper (PDF)
- Updated Data Package (PDF)