BERNSOHN, Ken




Author Tags: Forestry

An avid outdoorsman, Ken Bernsohn has had a radio show about the Northern Interior and has contributed more than 200 articles as a freelancer writer to various magazines such as Organic Gardening and Road and Track, and for the I.W.A. and Council of Forest Industries. He lives in the Lower Mainland where he's the editor of Forest Insight and associate editor of Hiballer Forest Magazine.

BOOKS:

Slabs, Scabs and Skidders: A History of the IWA in the Central Interior (Prince George: IWA Local 1-424, 1978)

Cutting up the North: The History of the Forest Industry in the Northern Interior (North Vancouver: Hancock House, 1981)

[BCBW 2003] "Forestry"