Our Region

Located along the majestic Skeena River in Terrace, British Columbia, Skeena Sawmills sources nearly half of its wood fibre through long-term replaceable tenure agreements on publicly owned land. The rest of the fibre is sourced from the open market from other tenure holders and private forest landowners. Wherever Skeena operates, we remain dedicated to embracing and advocating for sustainable forestry practices.

Skeena manages forests in the Coastal Western Hemlock and Interior Cedar Hemlock biogeoclimatic zones, which are some of North America’s most productive forests. Western hemlock, amabilis fir, subalpine fir, western red cedar, Sitka spruce, and yellow cedar are the main species found within these forests. We at Skeena take pride in managing these forests to foster strong communities and promote a sustainable future.

Skeena Supply Base Area Map

Forest Stewardship Plan

Skeena’s forest tenures are managed according to a forest stewardship plan that was prepared by registered professionals and approved by the government. You can download a copy of our forest stewardship plan here.

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