2017 National Forest Week Calendar

Register Your National Forest Week Event for 2017!

We invite you to celebrate National Forest week in your neck of the woods. Let us know what you’re doing by submitting your event. We will post it on the National Forest Week Calendar.

 

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Canada 150 All Nation Tree Plant (entire month of Sept.) – Revelstoke, BC @ B.C. Interior Forestry Museum
Canada 150 All Nation Tree Plant (entire month of Sept.) – Revelstoke, BC @ B.C. Interior Forestry Museum
Sep 29 – Sep 30 all-day
“It’s an international event,” said Glenn Westrup, director of the B.C. Interior Forestry Museum which is located next to the Revelstoke Dam Visitor Centre. Westrup said a total of six beds representing six different continents[...]
Forestry Walking Tour & BBQ – Prince George, BC @ Willow River Interpretive Trail
Forestry Walking Tour & BBQ – Prince George, BC @ Willow River Interpretive Trail
Sep 30 all-day
Join us for a FREE forestry walking tour, and bus ride to the Willow River Interpretive Trail (hwy 16E) on Saturday September 30th in celebration of National Forest Week!  The bus will depart Prince George[...]
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12:00 pm “Fight for the Beaver Lodge Lands: Gift and Compromise” Documentary Film Screening – Campbell River, BC @ CR Museum
“Fight for the Beaver Lodge Lands: Gift and Compromise” Documentary Film Screening – Campbell River, BC @ CR Museum
Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
“Fight for the Beaver Lodge Lands: Gift and Compromise” documentary film screening at the CR Museum. Saturday September 30 from 12-4 with the film showing at 1:00.
2:00 pm Annual Community TREE Plant – Shawnigan Lake, BC
Annual Community TREE Plant – Shawnigan Lake, BC
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Please join our family at the 3rd Community TREE Plant! 🌲💚🌳 In a time of obvious and evolving environmental concerns, we are working hard to bring forward thinking people together… To plant native TREEs, share[...]