The Williams Lake Timber Supply Area (TSA) lies in the central Cariboo Region, straddling the Fraser Basin and the Interior Plateau between the Coast Mountains on the west and the Cariboo Mountains on the east. It's bounded by the Quesnel TSA to the north and 100 Mile House and Lillooet TSAs to the south.
One of the largest TSAs in the province, it covers about 4.93 million hectares and includes the City of Williams Lake and the communities of Horsefly, Alexis Creek, Anahim Lake and Tatla Lake. The Williams Lake TSA is administered by the Cariboo Chilcotin Natural Resource District in Williams Lake.
The allowable annual cut (AAC) for the Williams Lake TSA is 2,937,509 cubic metres due to AAC Admin Regulation, First Nations Woodland Licence (FNWL) N2K (Esk'etemc).
Feedback is welcome on any issues related to the Williams Lake TSA timber supply review. Public input is vital to the timber supply review process.