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Ownership Structure

The Chinook Community Forest is an equal Partnership between six First Nations and two Municipal Governments.  The ownership structure was negotiated by all parties ensuring an equal voice and equal equity in the ongoing business and potential profits resulting from operating the Chinook Community Forest.

Community Engagement

Vision

Chinook Comfor Limited will be a leader in forest practise management, social values and economics.

Mission

Chinook Comfor Limited is committed to managing our renewable resources by collaborating to build community capacity. We will achieve this by creating self reliance, through long term environmental sustainability for economic and social growth.

Transparency

To maintain transparency the Board publishes public copies of monthly Board meetings.  You can read them here.

Log Sales

If you are interested in purchasing fibre from our community forest, please contact

Forestry Tenders

Mechanical Prep Site Tender – Verdun

Verdun Overstory Removal of Plantations

Mechanical Prep Site Tender – Nadina

Overstory removal of panttaions impacted by 2018 fire stands in the Nadina Forest District.

Fire Salvage Layout

Chinook Community Forest invites and welcomes proposals for their Fire Salvage layout. Please take the time to carefully read and become familiar with the proposal requirements. All proposals submitted for consideration must be received by the time as specified above...

Stand Tending Surveys and Prescriptions

Stand Tending Surveys and Stand Tending Prescriptions Land Base Investment Program (LBIP) Chinook Comfor LP invites and welcomes proposals for their Forest for Tomorrow Project. Please take the time to carefully read and become familiar with the proposal requirements....

Community Support

Application for Donation

Chinook Community Forest will distribute profits from operations on a periodic bases to deserving groups in our communities.  If your project qualifies for funding you can use the following forms to make application for funding:

Lakes District Indigenous Health Improvement Committee 2018

Chinook donates $2000 towards cultural information Kiosk Project.

Lakes Animals Friendship Society 2018

Chinooks donates $9,350 to help out with Spay/Neuter project for animals from low income families and Produce a Carrier Language Education Resources for Animal Care.

Burns Lake Youth Soccer 2018

Chinook helps the U13 girls team to attend the Provincial Championships with a $2,000 donation.

Lakes District Fall Fair Association 2018

Chinook donates $15,000 towards building upgrades.

Colleymount Recreation Commission 2018

Chinook helps out with a $7,137 donations towards Trout Creek Hall Revitalization Project.

Cheslatta Carrier Nation 2018

Chinook donates $500 towards Cheslattas camp out.

Burns Lake Native Development Corporation 2018

Chinook donates $4000 to help out with Burns Lake National Aboriginal Days

Burns Lake & District Chamber of Commerce 2018

Chinook donates $5000 towards the publication of tourist book

News

Public Consultation Meeting for a Fire Mitigation Plan

The Chinook Community Forest is hosting a Public Consultation Meeting for a Fire Mitigation Plan at the Grassy Plains Hall February 9, 2019, from 9:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. Snacks and coffee will be provided.  

2018 Fire Impact to Chinook Community Forest

2018 Chinook Community Forest lost 9,293 hectares of Timber Harvesting Land Base (THLB) between the Verdun, Shovel Lake, Nadina and Equity Mine fires.

Bridge Repair Notice

Please be advised that the bridge at 1.5 km on the Verdun Bishop Forest Service Road will be undergoing repairs commencing November 19-30, 2018, within the Chinook Community Forest/K4R Licence area. Expect minor delays. If you have any questions or concerns, please...

Road Washout Notice

Please be advised that the Verdun Bishop Forest Service Road within the Chinook Community Forest/K4R Licence area is washed out at the 8 km and will impassable for the next 2 weeks. If you have any questions or concerns, please call (250) 692-0025 or email...

Increased Traffic Update

There is one week remaining of the increased truck traffic (nightshifts/weekdays) at the ferry terminals. Please be patient. If you have any questions or concerns, please call (250) 692-0025 or email info@chinookcomfor.ca

SAFE Certification Announcement

As of January 26, 2018, the Chinook Community Forest officially met the requirements of the BC Forest Safety Council's SAFE Companies Program and became SAFE Certified. cert_ChinookComforLimited-2017

Increased Traffic Notice

Please be advised that there will be increased truck traffic from 4 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays at the ferry terminals until the end of March.  If you have any questions or concerns, please call (250) 692-0025 or email info@chinookcomfor.ca
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