BC Interior Forestry Museum

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Since 1999, the BC Interior Forestry Museum has been the destination for all things forestry: past, present, and future. 

Our location, nestled between the Selkirk and Monashee mountain ranges and along the Columbia River, is part of an important ecological region known for the world’s largest inland temperate rainforest. 

We work to record, preserve, restore and display artifacts and collections of historical, archaeological, artistic, educational, and scientific material as it pertains to the forestry industry of British Columbia. The museum operates as a non-profit society and encourages historical research to stimulate public interest in the history of forestry. 

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