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Parking Lot & Trail Closure for Harvest Safety

NACFOR will be conducting harvesting operations at the Wensley Recreation Area from now until approximately November 30, 2020. The PARKING LOT will be closed for a brief period, from now until Friday, November 20th, as will sections of the HAIRPIN WAY,

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Wildfire Risk Reduction in Nakusp

Work is beginning on a fuel management program in Nakusp for wildfire risk reduction (WRR).  Please see this link for more information.  

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Public Notice for Slash Pile Burning

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Prescribed burn planned for Nakusp and Area Community Forest

Please see below for an Information Bulletin about a prescribed burn which is planned for a NACFOR cutblock south of Nakusp in the next few days, conditions permitting.    Trained BC Wildfire Service personnel will monitor this fire at all

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Free FireSmart Assessments

Fall is a great time to take on some easy and effective FireSmart projects! Your free assessment includes a detailed workplan with customized mitigation actions designed to measurably reduce the wildfire risk to your property. Click the image to enlarge,

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National Forest Week Events

Celebrate National Forest Week with NACFOR Thursday, Sept. 24 from 5:00-6:30pmCANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST Nakusp Wildfire Risk Reduction Info Session Outdoor presentation and tour Friday, Sept. 25 from 9am-Noon Jackrabbit Trail Guided Hike – pre-register by 5pm Thursday

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Notice re: Recreation Trails

NOTICE MAY 28, 2020 – In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, signing in at our sign-in boxes is not required at any of the three NACFOR recreation trails, until further notice. 

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Virtual Open House – May 27

NACFOR will be hosting an online Open House on Wednesday, May 27th from 6:30 – 8 pm.  It will be held on the Zoom virtual conference website – for the meeting location and password please call the NACFOR office at

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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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