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1 Section 2 Land Based Investment Al Powelson & Kelly Osbourne Richmond: 9/28/20111

2 5 Year Plan Summary - Current Reforestation –PL 116M Trees, Sow 122M Total –BCTS PL 39M and Sow 34M –SU 150k ha WF and 126k ha MPB –Ramping from $19.2M to $25M operational per year –25M trees per year –Not including $5M for Sowing per year and $1.5M for Admin and Roads plus HQ Support and other programs –Total $150M over 5 years Richmond: 9/28/20112

3 12/13 CR $26M / $19.3M operational PL 14M trees and Sow 25M SU 46,000 MPB SU 26,000 WF 20,000 ha Backlog SU SP 7,333 ha ground BCTS FFT _ ITSLs $4.4M operational PL 6M trees and sow 7.2M SP 2800 ha Richmond: 9/28/20113

4 14/15 CR $29.5M / $22.8M operational PL 24.7M trees and Sow 26.1M SU 26,400 MPB SU 25,200 WF 2,600 ha Backlog SU SP 6,257 ha ground BCTS FFT _ ITSLs $4.4M operational PL 7.6M trees and sow 7.1M SP 1500 ha Richmond: 9/28/20114

5 5 Year Plan Summary –Timber Supply Mitigation –Fertilize 166k ha total –Fertilize ,000 to 35,000 ha –Space 43,000 ha per year –Space ha to 11,080 ha 2016 –SU 346,000 ha –Ramping from $19M to $28M operational per year –Not including $7M for Fertilizer per year average –Total $120M over 5 years Richmond: 9/28/20115

6 Timber Supply Mitigation 12/13 $18.8M –Fertilize 27,500 ha 8030 ha Coast 29% 19,488 ha Interior 71% –Space 5,450 ha total 955 ha SCoast, 1275ha SKR, 2400 ha CR ( around 50%) –SU 166,000 ha ? $3.7M update Silv Strat TFL 53 – Not including $6M for Fertilizer per year 1:1 ratio Richmond: 9/28/20116

7 Timber Supply Mitigation 14/15 $25.2M –Fertilize 34,660 ha 21% increase ha Coast 32% 23,630 ha Interior 68% –Space 9,555 ha total 43% increase 2900 ha S/W Coast, 2000ha SKR, 3500 ha CR ( around 50%), 500 TOR/KBR –SU 52,920 ha –Not including $6M for Fertilizer per year 1:1 ratio Richmond: 9/28/20117

8 Kootenay Boundary Region $250,000 to $1M per year WF SU 6200 total all 5 years PL 1M trees over 5 years Spacing 2000 ha over 5 years (WF repressed) $7.2M over 5 years Average $1.5M Richmond: 9/28/20118

9 Thompson Okanagan Region CR $4.7M to $1.3M per year $14.8M plus 5.6M Sowing and support MPB SU 14,425 ha, WF 7,900ha 6,340 ha site prep 17,888 ha stand maintenance PL 5.3M trees to 1.5M per year total 18M PL but 10.2M sowing shows a ramp down BCTS total 10.6M Pl and 4.3M sow TSM 8,590 ha FERT and 2,945 ha SPACE Richmond: 9/28/20119

10 Caribou Region CR $4.2M to $9.76M per year $38M plus $13M sowing and support MPB SU 25,676 ha, WF 62,070 ha 9,350 ha site prep PL 3.5M trees to 13.7M per year total 48.8M PL but 59M sowing shows a ramp up BCTS total 19.9M Pl and 23.5M sow ramp up TSM 23,500 ha FERT and 16,900 ha SPACE total Richmond: 9/28/201110

11 Skeena Region CR $2.7M to $5.7M per year $20.1M plus $3.5M sowing and support MPB SU 30,711 ha, WF 22,500ha 8,718 ha Site prep PL 1.0M trees to 2.8M per year total 10M PL but 14.6M sowing shows a ramp up BCTS TSM 38,000 ha FERT and 9,006 ha SPACE Richmond: 9/28/201111

12 Omineca Region CR $5.8M to $8.0M per year $39.8M plus $8.9M sowing and support MPB SU 76,057ha, WF 25,406ha 12,430 ha Site prep PL 3.4M trees to 7.1M per year total 36M PL but 35M sowing shows a steady state BCTS total 8.8M PL and 6.9M sow TSM 46,163 ha FERT Richmond: 9/28/201112

13 North East Region CR $1.4M to $122,524 per year $1.9M plus $598,982 sowing and support MPB SU 2000ha, WF 200ha 1,149 ha Site prep Total 1.8M PL but 2.1M sowing shows a ramp down BCTS limited TSM none Richmond: 9/28/201113

14 West Coast Region Very little CR $162,000 total MPB SU 1310 total all 5 years PL 158,000 trees over 5 years TSM $24M Spacing 6900 ha (1800 ha per year ) Fertilization 37,750 ha (8000 ha per year) Richmond: 9/28/201114

15 South Coast Region Very little CR $54,000 total MPB SU 620 total all 5 years PL 36,000 trees over 5 years TSM $14.2M Spacing 5450 ha (1200 ha per year ) Fertilization 13,900 ha (3000 ha per year) Richmond: 9/28/201115

16 Richmond: 9/28/ Appendix 2- Land Base Investment Strategy Operational Budget (salaries excluded) Linkage to LBIS Goal/Objective/Prior ity Activity$ MOutputs 2012/13 Targets 2012/13 Targets 2013/14 Targets 2014/15 Investment Category: Forests for Tomorrow – Current Reforestation Goal: Coordinated, integrated and sustainable management, development and use of natural resources. Objective: Maximize productivity of forest resources Priority: Manage impacts from pest, disease, and wildfire  Deployment of government funded silviculture in basic reforestation of wildfire, MPB killed areas.  On the ground surveys to update forest inventory and land status (e.g. NSR) in key units.  Assessments in community watersheds and fisheries sensitive watersheds impacted by MPB and wildfire  14.5 million trees planted.  Surveys as to land status and necessary treatments in MPB impacted areas.  Maintenance of growth rates and survival on past FFT and FIA planting.  40,000 ha of backlog (pre 87 NSR) assessed.  Fund legal liabilities associated with approved FRPA 108 applications (restoring licensee areas burned by fire).  Assessments in critical watersheds as needed to determine where silviculture treatments can help mitigate risk.  2.77 million m 3 in 65 years  2.8 million tonnes CO2e in 65 years  $321 million GDP in 65 years 29,000 pd short term employment 2,363 FTE long-term employment in 65 years  3.77 million m 3 in 65 years.  3.8 million tonnes CO2e in 65 years  $437 million GDP in 65 years 40,000 pd short term employment 3,236 FTE long-term employment in 65 years  3.77 million m 3 in 65 years.  3.8 million tonnes CO2e in 65 years  $437 million GDP in 65 years 40,000 pd short term employment 3,236 FTE long-term employment in 65 years  Meet government objectives under FRPA section  FRPA section 108 applications are processed consistent with legislative requirements.  Damaged obligation areas are rehabilitated in a timely manner  Damaged obligations areas are rehabilitated in a timely manner SUB-TOTAL34.515

17 Richmond: 9/28/ Linkage to LBIS Goal/Objective/Priority Activity$ MOutputs 2012/13Targets 2012/13Targets 2013/14Targets 2014/15 Investment Category: Forests for Tomorrow – Timber Supply Mitigation Goal: Coordinated, integrated and sustainable management, development and use of natural resources. Objective: Maximize productivity of forest resources Priority: Silviculture investment to increase timber quality and supply  Fertilization in priority interior forest management units for midterm timber supply mitigation.  Fertilization on key forest management units on the Coast, Southeast, and Northwest  24,000 ha fertilized. Approximately 65% of area fertilized to be in the Interior and 35% of area fertilized to be on the Coast.  Purchase of fertilizer for 2013/14 application.  479,000 m 3 additional wood in 10 years.  479,000 tonnes of CO2e in 10 years.  $56 million GDP in 10 years. 4,320 pd short term employment 353 FTE long- term employment in 65 years  479,000 m 3 additional wood in 10 years.  479,000 tonnes of CO2e in 10 years.  $56 million GDP in 10 years 4,320 pd short term employment 353 FTE long- term employment in 65 years  479,000 m 3 additional wood in 10 years.  479,000 tonnes of CO2e in 10 years.  $56 million GDP in 10 years 4,320 pd short term employment 353 FTE long- term employment in 65 years  Juvenile spacing and backlog brushing in priority interior forest management units for midterm timber supply mitigation.  Juvenile spacing on key forest management units on the Coast, Southeast, and Northwest.  1200 ha of stand tending focusing on the priority units for interior mid-term timber supply mitigation and to improve coastal, southeast, and Northwest timber availability and value.  1200 ha of currently over dense stands are available for harvest in years.  360,000 m 3 shifted from future harvest into the mid-term through spacing. 4,752 pd short term employment 388 FTE long- term employment in 65 years  1200 ha of currently over dense stands are available for harvest in years.  360,0000 m 3 shifted from future harvest into the mid-term through spacing. 4,752 pd short term employment 388 FTE long- term employment in 65 years  1200 ha of currently over dense stands are available for harvest in years.  360,000 m3 shifted from future harvest into the mid-term through spacing. 4,752 pd short term employment 388 FTE long- term employment in 65 years SUB-TOTAL11.85

18 Richmond: 9/28/ Questions to be asked under Filter 2: Will investment in the management unit result in a significant impact on mitigating the timber supply issue being addressed? Will investment on the specific areas to be treated return a substantial return on investment? Will investment in the management unit provide significant employment benefits on a local, regional, or provincial basis?

19 Richmond: 9/28/ Additional questions: What is the balance between incremental and current reforestation? What is the role of BCTS and how can we maximize the benefit of this partnership? Where do we have opportunity for treatment but little impact on future timber supply? What is the priority fires or insect/disease/wind damaged stands? What else do we need to consider?


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