The Teal-Jones Group is committed to sustainable management of the resources under their stewardship in a scientifically credible and environmentally, economically, and socially responsible manner.
Teal-Jones’ forestry operations voluntarily meet Canada’s leading national standard for sustainable forest management through the Canadian Standards Association Sustainable Forest Management Z809 Standard. Teal-Jones’ wood products are certified under the Program for Endorsement of Forest Certification Chain of Custody System. These standards provide for independent third-party verification, assuring the public of sustainable forest management planning and practices based upon benchmarks derived from internationally-recognized, ongoing and long term, intergovernmental processes and guidelines. Teal-Jones is always interested to hear from you; if you have any questions or concerns about Sustainable Forest Management, please contact us.
PEFC Chain of Custody
Our wood products are certified under the Program for Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) Chain of Custody System, providing assurance that international sustainability benchmarks are met through rigorous third-party assessment.
TREE FARM LICENCE 46 MANAGEMENT PLAN #5 INFORMATION PACKAGE
We are currently preparing Management Plan #5 for Tree Farm Licence 46. An important part of the Management Plan is a timber supply analysis for the TFL. The first step in the timber supply analysis process is the preparation of an Information Package that documents the procedures, assumptions, data, and model to be used in the analysis. That document can be downloaded here for your review and feedback.
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About Teal Jones
As the largest privately owned timber harvesting and primary lumber product manufacturing company in British Columbia, we go above and beyond provincial and federal sustainability regulations and plant over one million seedlings each year.