Western Canada’s Forestry Contracting Industry

Based in British Columbia, Canada, The Western Forestry Contractors’ Association (WFCA) represents independent businesses involved in forest management, ecosystem restoration and reforestation, wildfire management, pre and post-harvest planning and implementation services.

2024 Annual Conference, Tradeshow & AGM


The WFCA strives to be
forward-thinking and flexible.

We believe in continual improvement and the ability to pivot our focus and resources to effect positive change. We confront climate and environmental objectives through meaningful work. We will work together with First Nations in addressing reconciliation. We will collaborate with our stakeholders to support best business practices, professional integrity, and wise policy in the forest industry. We care about the long-term health of the forest.

Get to know us and our history, delve into the world of BC silviculture, and meet the dedicated experts on our board and committees.

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Become a member and gain access to exclusive industry benefits while networking with fellow foresters and industry professionals.

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Established in 1984, the Western Silvicultural Contractor’s Association (WSCA) has been dedicated to advocating for effective policies to responsibly manage the province’s forest resources.

From its inception, WSCA played a pivotal role in advocating for effective forestry stewardship and pushing for a regulatory framework that aligned with the realities of the industry and the interests of its members.


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Join a community of leading forestry and fire contractors, independent consultants, and seedling producers.


The WFCA serves its members by remaining dedicated to effective advocacy for our valued members in the business community.

Our core focus is to generate value for our members and the public by advancing forest policy and improving the practice of silviculture and ecosystem restoration. We accomplish this by cooperating as a sector and working with all levels of government, regulatory agencies, and our industry clients. We are the public face of our sector.