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This year’s BC forestry photos highlight sustainability of the sector

December 6, 2021  By CFI staff

Today’s global consumers are increasingly seeking out companies that provide goods and services to help mitigate climate change. The forest industry in B.C. plays an important role in these climate solutions, and has even more to offer with innovative projects in the works.

With that in mind, Canadian Forest Industries and the BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) launched the sixth annual forestry photo contest calling for submissions that illustrate the B.C. sector’s deep commitment to sustainability and being part of the climate change solution.

“With increasing global demand for low-carbon products from sustainably managed forests, we are excited to celebrate those who are driving innovation in the industry and are passionate about keeping B.C.’s forests healthy and producing products that are good for the planet,” said COFI president and CEO Susan Yurkovich.

The contest is now closed, thank you to all who submitted this year! Check out the entries below and let us know your favourite in the comments section.


The grand prize winner of the contest will have their photo featured on the cover of CFI’s January/February 2022 issue, and receive a $500 Home Depot gift card. Three runners up will each receive a $75 Home Depot gift card, and see their photos published in CFI, along with other various selected photos.

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