Timberland Consultants



2620 Granite Road

Nelson, BC V1L 6V2


Timberland Consultants (2001) is a Nelson-based resource management company that provides forest-related services in the fields of planning, technical engineering, GIS, silviculture, research and administration.   

Timberland Consultants was established in Nelson, British Columbia in 1985.  The department managers formed a new ownership group and commenced business as Timberland Consultants (2001) in April of 2001.  The headquarters are in Nelson, in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia.  The company is comprised of full-time and seasonal staff.   Our project managers - professional foresters, forest technicians, and GIS analysts work interactively with clients on a wide variety of forestry and integrated resource management activities.



Our technical engineering division develops over 800,000m3 of timber each year in the Kootenay/Boundary Region of BC for industry, government, and private clients. 

We provide services from pre-harvest planning to post-harvest treatment.  

To date, we have successfully completed projects in all districts of the Kootenay/Boundary Region as well as in other B.C. districts, including the Sunshine Coast, Kalum, Chilliwack and Squamish.


Timberland experience working with a broad sector of clients.

We have served large and small forest licensees, private landowners, the mining sector, First Nations, utility companies, non-profit conservation groups, and government agencies responsible for natural resources, forestry, economic development, and land management. 

Our clients include BCTS Arrow South, BCTS Arrow North, Interfor, Kalesnikoff, Porcupine Wood Products, Zellstoff Celgar, and many more!  


Timberland takes pride in keeping abreast of changes in technology and regulations affecting the forest industry. 

Many of Timberland’s staff are registered members of the Association of BC Forest Professionals:  We have registered professional foresters (RPFs),  foresters-in-training, and registered forest technologists (RFTs).  We also employ trainee forest technologist (TFT), and several RPF/RFT-eligible staff.

Our training includes EMS training, occupational first aid training, certification of timber cruisers and silviculture surveyors, updating of vegetation resource inventory skills, GIS application training, and continued operational training through industry networks.