Two areas together comprise the Williams Lake Community Forest.

Selected from the area that overlaps the Secwepemc traditional territory and Central Cariboo Forest District, these areas were identified as being capable of sustaining a long-term forestry enterprise. Tree species and stand age profiles and compatibility with other tenure and land-claim processes are among the many considerations put into area selection.

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Georeferenced map of NEW Hiking Trails in Flatrock

Check out several new walking trails and how to get there with this map. It's Georeferenced so if you have Avenza or other similar app on your phone you can view your location live on this map

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Grant Application Eligibility Map

This map helps residents identify whether or not they live in the defined "local area" of the WLCF when applying for Grants or Bursaries.

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Flatrock Trails - March 2022

This map of Flatrock highlights newly proposed walking trails and parking areas, along with completed Fuel Breaks, harvested blocks, proposed blocks and established biking trails.

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Location Map - Both parcels of the WLCF

Simple overview map showing the two parcels that comprise the WL Community Forest.

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Ne Sextine (Flat Rock) Block

The Ne Sextine Block (5927 hectares) overlooks the Fraser River, is just west of Williams Lake, B.C., and is situated in the Interior Douglas-fir biogeoclimatic zone. The forest growing in this very dry climate is primarily comprised of multi-aged Douglas-fir and provides important mule deer winter habitat.

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Peskwenkwinem (Potato Mountain) Block

The Peskwenkwinem Block (22 912 hectares) spans an area between the Likely and Horsefly Roads from Potato Mountain eastward and to Beaver Valley in the north. The climate of the Sub-Boreal Spruce biogeoclimatic zone leads to productive forests with numerous tree species and age classes in this area.

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