FORED BC SOCIETY (est. 1925) is a non-profit society that engages citizens, communities and volunteers in activities and choices that protect, conserve, rehabilitate, enhance the environment and promote sustainability. .
About FORED BC SOCIETY
Through its community sustainability programs offering education, resources, tools and best practices templates, FORED aims to educate the public about the cultural and historic role of forests and other natural environments in BC, including the relationship of First Nations to the environmental legacy of BC.Through this work, the society builds citizenship skills for responsible, active participation in environmental decisions to secure the optimal balance of social, economic and environmental benefits. We help communities understand the cultural and economic values of the natural environment and wildlife through our website, magazine and workshops. The main vehicles of the organization are 1. a quarterly magazine called Landscapes. With website download and direct mail, Landscapes enjoys global circulation of about 420,000 annually. 2. A website (www.landscapesmag.com) with downloadable resources for communities. Our website enjoys an average of 35,000 visitors per month.