Harrop-Procter Community Co-operative

BC Co-op Membership Profile |

The Harrop-Procter Community Co-operative was incorporated in 1999.  Its purpose is run the business of the community forest and hold the Community Forest Agreement.

Any resident of Harrop-Procter may become a member of the co-op.  Directors are elected directly from the HPCC membership at the AGM.  At least half of the HPCC directors must also be HPWPS directors. Currently the co-op has over 130 members.

HPCC is a “not-for-profit” co-op because shareholders receive no dividends. Decisions are made by the membership and are to be for the benefit of the community as a whole.

The co-operative maintains several committees comprised of volunteer directors and interested community members. It retains a forest manager, office coordinator and bookkeeper. Day to day operations are run by a management committee comprised of directors and staff.

Harrop-Procter Forest Products is a subsidiary company of the Harrop-Procter Community Co-operative.



  1. Develop public forests in the Harrop-Procter area according to site sensitive, ecologically based forestry practices which are modeled on Silva Forest Foundation planning and approved by the Harrop-Procter Watershed Protection Society.
  2. Stimulate locally based employment from these forest lands in a manner that is ecologically sustainable, and socially and economically equitable.