Woodlots are the smallest form of forest tenure in B.C., and are usually owned by one person or a family. The license holder is required to log and manage these units on a sustained yield basis. Some woodlots are models of sustainable forestry. Part Two reports on the B.C. Sea Otter Recovery Program - gradually restoring this endangered species.
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