Bulkley Valley Community Resources Board
Featured Project - Telkwa Mountains Recreation Access Management
The BVCRB supports and encourages the Telkwa Mountains Recreation Access Management Advisory Group in its work as the official community advisory group to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (MFLNRO) on recreational access into the Telkwa caribou recovery area. The Board is sponsoring this on-line space as a central collection point for documents and maps related to the process, in order to make this information widely available to Board members, TRAM representatives, and the community.
Working toward sustainable land-use in the Bulkley Valley
The Bulkley Valley Community Resources Board (BVCRB) is a collection of local citizens with a range of value perspectives who guide local land-use decisions. It was first established in 1991 to complete the Bulkley Land and Resource Management Plan (LRMP), widely regarded as one of British Columbia’s most successful land-use plans. Today, the Board continues to play an important role in determining the future of land use in the Bulkley Valley.
The BVCRB meets on the third Monday of every month (unless otherwise specified. No meetings in July or August). All meetings are open to the public and held at 7:00 p.m. at the Smithers Town Office.
Meeting dates for 2019 are scheduled for:
Monday September 16, 7pm
Join the Board
There are currently four Board member vacancies. Information and nomination form
In February of 2013 the BVCRB forwarded its Summer Recreation Access Management Plan (RAMP) report to the government for review and implementation.