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RDCK Waste Facility Info

Important information to read before you load up to go to the dump or transfer station in the RDCK: This link at the end of this paragraph will take you directly to the current information on the RDCK website about

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Notice re: Recreation Trails

NOTICE MARCH 24, 2020 – In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, we recommend that you do not use the sign-in box or any other potentially frequently touched surfaces at any of the three NACFOR recreation trails, until

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The Incidental Capture of Bats in Douglas-Fir Beetle Funnel Traps

  NACFOR has been working with entomologist Darcie Quamme, Integrated Ecological Research and bat biologist Cori Lausen, Wildlife Conservation Society to raise awareness and develop solutions to prevent the incidental capture of bats in Douglas-fir bark beetle funnel traps. The

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Caribou Maternity Pen Project

Please read the full project brief attached here and consider supporting this GoFundMe to help with the recovery of our local Woodland Caribou population. The Arrow Lakes Caribou Society (ALCS) is working on a maternity penning project for the local

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Entry Level Forestry Worker Training Program at Selkirk College

See the poster for information on this new program being offered in Grand Forks, starting in January 2020. Click the poster to enlarge.

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Vacancies on NACFOR Board of Directors

NACFOR is currently accepting applications from those interested in serving on its volunteer Board of Directors.   Applicants are requested to submit a completed Expression of Interest (click to download) to the NACFOR office or to a current Board member (see the current

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Controlled Burning Announcement

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FireSmart Reminder

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National Forest Week

We are celebrating National Forest Week September 22-28, 2019 Come and learn about Community Forest management during an interpretive hike at the ARROW PARK TRAIL. Guided hike starts at 10 am on Thursday, Sept.26th Meet us at the trailhead (parking

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FireSmart Information

Find local information about the FireSmart program on this page.

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