Prince George Timber Supply Area
The Prince George timber supply area (TSA) is in British Columbia’s north-central interior and covers about 7.97 million hectares. It includes the City of Prince George, the towns of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James and several smaller communities such as Fraser Lake.
The Prince George TSA stretches from near the Alberta border in the southeast to Tweedsmuir Provincial Park in the southwest and Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Park in the northwest.
The TSA is part of the Omineca Natural Resource Region and is administered by the Prince George Natural Resource District and the Stuart Nechako Natural Resource District (previously known as the Fort St. James Natural Resource District and Vanderhoof Natural Resource District).
Prince George TSA’s current allowable annual cut (AAC) is 8 350 000 cubic metres as of October 11, 2017. Generally, a new AAC is set at least once every 10 years.
Feedback is welcome on any issues related to this TSA’s timber supply review. Public input is vital to the timber supply review process.
Current Timber Supply Review
- NEW CUT LEVEL SET FOR PRINCE GEORGE TIMBER SUPPLY AREA
Reference # 2017FLNR0325-001717* Released on October 11, 2017
- Map of the Prince George TSA Supply Blocks