Utilization, sustainability, site productivity, balancing of resource values and managing for a healthy forest are all concepts which have been combined to help define Spray Lake Sawmills’ management philosophy. Forest management is a long term proposition. It takes years, decades and even centuries to fully appreciate the implications and rewards of management practices employed today.
Spray Lake Sawmills would like your feedback and will be hosting annual open houses on May 7, 2014 from 3:00 pm till 7:00 pm at the Frank Wills Memorial Hall in Cochrane, and on May 8, 2014 from 3:00 pm till 7:00 pm at the Hillcrest Fish and Game Hall in Crowsnest Pass. The purpose
On March 10, 2014 Spray Lake Sawmills held a Protected Areas Design Workshop. Four participants were present including a representative from Sundre Forest Products, Nature Alberta, The Ghost Watershed Alliance and a FMA neighboring landowner. SLS provided an overview of the process identified in the July 2013 Protected Areas Gap Analysis Report. A workshop plan
Spray Lake Sawmills recently gave a presentation to the Bow River Basin Council at their Quarterly Information Forum. The focus of the presentation was to provide some perspective on timber harvesting in the headwaters and its potential impacts on flooding. Please see the following as the set of notes from the presentation. Spray Lake Sawmills (1980)