We are dedicated to informing the public about forests and the forest industry by promoting forest awareness through education. Most of our work focuses on children - the decision makers of the future.

Splinter Activity Books


The Splinter Activity Books are designed for students in grades K-8 and include word facts, puzzles, games and worksheets, drawing and colouring projects. Younger children will enjoy "Fun in the Forest", while older kids will love the challenges in "Logging with Splinter". Teachers can use various pages as classroom activities. We have given away thousands of copies of both books to happy forest exporers across the province. Contact us for copies, or download a copy below.

Forestry Facts 


Join Splinter as he tests your forest IQ. Learn 10 news things about the forest that you didn’t know before. Illustrated with smiling trees and perky Blue Jays, this little booklet provides a fun way to teach your children about the science and ecology of BC forests. Booklets are available for schools and forest education providers, please contact us for more information, or download a copy below.

Splinter's TIMBER LOG


Our most recent publication is Splinter's TIMBER LOG. This large format brochure is a snap shot of the forest sector in BC. A great introduction tool for teaching about forestry or refreshing your general knowledge about the sector. As with all of our products, you can contact us for copies, or download the PDF below.

If you would like to order our materials, please complete the order form below. We ask you to tell us what materials you would like, and how they will be used. Although we do not charge for our materials, we may ask for postage expenses to be covered or for a small contribution to our organization to recover costs - especially for larger orders or out of province requests. Thank you. 

Splinter's Downloadable EXTRAS - just click the image!

Download this colouring page. Try a summer version and a fall version - how to the colours change?

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To encourage sound management and wise use of forest resources in Canada for the benefit of all, with a focus on public education through schools and community organizations; and enhance and foster public understanding of BC’s forest resources and sustainable forest management.

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