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Forest Enhancement Society of BC announces interim board chair


May 5, 2020
By P&PC Staff

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The Forest Enhancement Society of British Columbia (FESBC) has announced an interim chair as Wayne Clogg stepped down effective May 1, 2020.

Jim Snetsinger will assume the role of interim board chair.

Snetsinger is a former chief forester for B.C. and has been a board member and the vice-chair of FESBC since 2016.

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Clogg chaired the society since its inception in 2016 and helped to build FESBC into an organization that delivers funding for forest restoration, wildfire risk reduction, enhanced fibre recovery and greenhouse gas management in B.C.

He will continue as a director with FESBC to provide support and ensure a smooth transition.

On behalf of the board of directors, Steve Kozuki, executive director of FESBC, thanked Clogg for his leadership.

“[We] sincerely thank Wayne for his dedication, hard work and the leadership he has provided in the successful delivery of the Forest Enhancement Society mandate across the province over the past four years,” Kozuki says in a statement.