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Chipping Project Information

We have a new page on our website which explains the partnership with Mercer Celgar for a chipping and log handling facility. See the new page under Projects, here.

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Public Safety Notice – Arrow Park Trail

  March 19, 2021 The Arrow Park Trail is currently closed due to blowdown in several places along the trail. A contractor will be working in the area removing the blowdown. For your safety please avoid the trail until further

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NACFOR Donation Program

NACFOR accepts applications year-round for its Donation Program with the budget running from January to December. Read the Donation Policy to see if your organization and project qualify. You can also see a list of past donations to get an

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Box Mountain Wildfire Risk Reduction Project

Click here to go to the Box Mountain WRR Project page.

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Community Profiles: Koert Dieterman

January, 2021 We have started a new feature, profiling members of the Nakusp and Area community.   First off is Koert Dieterman, who has recently retired (for a second time), from the forestry industry. See the Profiles page here.

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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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2019 Dividend Declaration

See the NACFOR Legacy Fund page for information about NACFOR’s latest dividend declaration.

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Board of Directors Field Trip

The NACFOR Board of Directors visited an active logging site recently, to get a first-hand look at the operational side of the business. The small patches being harvested are perfect for the hand falling operation that local contractor Koert Dieterman

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News Release by Forest Practices Board

May 2018 – The Forest Practices Board has issued a News Release upon completion of its Complaint Investigation into Western Toads and Forest Harvesting Near Summit Lake. Go to News Release or download the Forest Practices Board’s report.

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