forest
Ecosystem Portfolio

forest tumbler

abiotic and biotic factors
abiotic list/dirt, and rocks
biotic list/plants , and trees

energy roles

.The landscapes of British Columbia are a source of everyday enjoyment for residents, as well as a foundation for the tourism industry. Accordingly, the Forest and Range Practices Act (formerly the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act) recognizes scenic landscapes as an integral component in industrial and natural resource development. The sustainable development of all resources is closely tied to economic and social viability of our communities. Outcomes of community meetings consistently produce statements of the importance of the visual quality of the landscape to personal and community well-being. As such, the visual effects of wind energy projects tend to evoke similar reaction to more common alterations on the landscape such as timber harvesting. Accordingly, the Forest and Range Practices Act (formerly the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act) recognizes scenic landscapes as an integral component in industrial and natural resource development. Popular recreation activities in the Dawson Creek Forest District include hunting, hiking, camping, scenic and wildlife viewing, cave exploring, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, jet-boating, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and use of all terrain vehicles (ATV’s). In remote areas, wilderness recreation activities are increasin

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