Land clearing is the act of clearing and burning of land in the course of an agricultural project, including cropping, grazing, grazing machinery, and clearing land for use as farmland.
As part of its Land Reclamation Strategy, the BC government has been looking to improve the efficiency of land clearing for decades.
The goal is to reduce land clearing to 1 per cent of total land area.
In the past year, BC’s land clearing efficiency has increased by 5.5 per cent, according to data compiled by the BC Agriculture Ministry.
BC’s efficiency is comparable to that of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
What is Land Reclaim?
BC is the first jurisdiction in Canada to implement a Land Reclaimed program, which allows the public to reclaim their land without any compensation.
The program is a key part of the BC Agricultural Reclamation Act, which came into effect in 2005.
It is designed to encourage farmers to reclaim more land and to help create more stable, stable, and productive agriculture in the province.
While it has helped reduce land values, it has also led to land clearing that is costly to maintain and maintain with the increased costs of clearing land.
It has been estimated that the costs of land reclaiming have increased by more than $300 million.
BC Agricultural Land Reclaimer Act requires farmers to disclose their land use practices, including their land clearing and land reclamation activities, to the public, and to the BC Land Realtors Association (BLRA).
This transparency has been a key factor in the land reclaim program being a success.
Over half of the total land reclaimed this year was in BC’s south and southwest.
The province’s new Land Re-Claim Act has the support of the Fraser Valley Community Association, BC Agri-Food Council, and the BC Greenbelt Coalition.
The bill passed the BC legislature in April.
How to Reclaim Your Land?
Reclaim your land from other land owners.
The first step is to inform your land owner of your intention to reclaim your land, and that you will pay for the removal of your land.
The second step is finding an experienced land reclaimer.
This person can assist you in the process of reclaiming your land and reclaiming the land itself.
Land reclaiming is a very simple process.
First, you need to find a land reclaimed owner who is interested in your land use.
Then, you can contact the land re-claimed owner and arrange for the land to be reclaimed.
If you don’t already have a reclamation contract, you will need to fill out a reclaim application form.
A reclamation application forms can be downloaded here.
After you complete the form, it will be sent to your land reclaimer and reclamation manager for review.
The land reholder will need two copies of the reclamation agreement.
If the reclaimer is unable to sign off on the reclaim agreement, it can be appealed to the court.
If your reclaimer cannot sign off, you must complete a re-claim application in writing, in order to appeal the re-clamation decision.
This is the process in BC, and will be the same for all land reclosures.
You must also have a valid certificate of title for the property that is the subject of the land reclaimed.
The reclamation program also requires land owners to notify the land owners of their reclamation plan and the reclaimed property in a clear and conspicuous manner, within three business days.
For more information on reclamation, read our article on Reclaiming your Land in BC.
Reclaim property by using a crane.
This involves clearing the land of trees and grass.
The crane operator must have a crane in their possession, which can weigh up to five tons and weigh more than three tonnes.
The operator can set up the crane in front of a property and use it to clear the property of trees.
Reclamation plans can be found here.
Once the land is cleared, it is put into a land clearing program and put into the reacquisition program.
Re-acquisition programs are where land is put back into the land supply system.
Reclaimed land can be returned to the owners at the owner’s expense.
Land is also re-acquired from a land-management company when the land that was reclaimed is no longer needed.
This allows the land owner to reclaim it.
When re-taking land from a former owner, a land management company can put the land back into a new private use.
This process is referred to as re-conservation.
If a landowner has re-located their property and it is being used as a private use, the reissued property is considered a non-public use and is not subject to land acquisition.
For further information on land acquisition, read Land acquisition in BC article.
Land reclamation in BC is managed through the BC Forest Service.
The BC Forestry Act provides land clearing regulations, land clearing plans, and land clearing processes, including reclamation and