Vancouver, BC – The BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) and partner Canadian Forest Industries (CFI) Magazine, are pleased to announce the sixth annual forestry photo contest is now open for submissions.

This year’s photo contest calls for submissions that illustrate the sector’s deep commitment to sustainability and being part of the climate change solution.

“The forest industry has been foundational to BC’s economy for generations and supports 100,000 good jobs in communities big and small all across British Columbia. From tree planters and forest technologists in Prince George, to drone makers and environmental consultants in Vancouver, all play an important role in ensuring we have a strong, sustainable forest sector here in BC for decades to come. 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 BC’s forests healthy and producing products that are good for the planet. Best of luck to all the entrants.” says Susan Yurkovich, President and CEO, COFI.

Photo entries will be accepted from November 22, 2021 to January 7, 2022.

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.

For contest rules and instructions on how to enter, go to:

Check out last year’s winning submissions for some inspiration:

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About the BC Council of Forest Industries
The BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) represents the majority of lumber, pulp and paper, and manufactured wood producers across the province – an industry that remains a cornerstone of the economy, supporting good jobs and a better quality of life for British Columbians.

COFI advocates for the interests of its members and works with government, First Nations, communities, labour and other partners to promote a healthy, diversified and sustainable forest industry that benefits people and families across BC.

About CFI Magazine
Canadian Forest Industries is one of Canada’s oldest magazines, and together with its web presence keeps Canada’s forest industry up-to-date on the technology, policies, markets, and people that make the industry a world leader.

Media Contact:

Adam McPhee
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BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI)

TEL: 604-684-0211