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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

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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:

Chinook Emergency Response Society Receives $10,000 in funding.

On December 12, the Chinook Emergency Response Society (CERS) representatives received a holiday surprise, a cheque for $10,000 from the Chinook Community Forest.  Board members commended CERS for their ability to action fires quickly reducing the amount of timber...

Burns Lake Snowmobile Club 2020

Chinook is very happy to help support the construction of a Nellian Lake Gazebo on the snowmobile trail with a $6000 donation.

Lakes District Enhancement Society 2020

Chinook is very pleased to help with COVID19 support with a donation of $2000.

Burns Lake Tumblers 2019

Chinook is please to support the Burns Lake Tumblers with a donation of $1000 to help with purchase of new tumbling mats.

Spirit North 2020

Chinook is very pleased to help with continued support of the mountain bike program with a donation of $1000 to help with a All Nations Race Team.

Burns Lake Mountain Biking Association 2020

To Chinook is very pleased to help out with a $5000 donation.

LDSS School District #91 2020

Chinook is very pleased to help the local school to attend Skiing & Snowboarding Provincials with a $2000 donation.

Burns Lake Aboriginal Sports Club 2020

Chinook donated $2500 towards Bantam Team entry to Prince George aboriginal youth championship tournament.

Cole Bender 2020

Chinook is very happy to help support local athletes with a donation of $1000 to attend the Switzerland Biathlon World Games.

News

News

The latest news from Chinook Community Forest.

Rose Lake Wildfire Risk Reduction Plan Open House – March 21

The Open House at the Rose Lake Community Hall will be of particular interest to residents of Rose Lake, forestdale, Palling and Decker Lake.  Stop by the hall any time between  3:00 - 7:00 pm.  Light refreshments will be served.  If you have questions, call the...

Chinook Emergency Response Society Receives $10,000 in funding.

On December 12, the Chinook Emergency Response Society (CERS) representatives received a holiday surprise, a cheque for $10,000 from the Chinook Community Forest.  Board members commended CERS for their ability to action fires quickly reducing the amount of timber...

Chinook Community Forest 2022-23 Annual Report

For fiscal year April 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023 The 2022-23 fiscal year started off with a very successful spring planting, followed by a very wet spring into summer. This contributed greatly to the prevention of Wildfires within the Lakes Timber Supply Area and the...

An Index for Tracking Old-Growth Value in Disturbance-Prone Forest Landscapes

Chinook Community Forest teamed up with the University of Northern BC to research Old-Growth and track using LiDAR.

Chinook Community Forest FESBC Project

Chinook Comfor is working with Forest Enhancement Society BC to salvage burnt fiber from the Verdun 2018 Wildfires with in Chinooks K4R license area. This project will salvage 93.6 hectares of badly burnt fiber.

High Resolution Inventory Solution(HRIS) comparison to Vegetation Resources Inventory(VRI)

Tesra, Chinooks LiDAR contractor completed a comparison its HRIS to provincial VRI. The purpose of this document is to provide a comparison of the HRIS forest inventory with the corresponding VRI inventory as it relates to the whole treed area.

Research Paper 1 & 2

One of Chinooks commitments in its management plan was to conduct 3 research papers. Chinooks first paper is on ASSESSING SET ASIDE OLD-GROWTH FORESTS WITH AIRBORNE LiDAR METRICS. Chinook teamed up with UNBC to complete this first paper, using Chinooks LiDAR/High...

Chinook Community Forest 2018-19 Annual Report

Chinook had a very interesting year to say the least. From very high snow levels to a very cold wet spring and then into the fires of 2018. Chinook lost approximately 9,000 hectares of it's THLB to the fires along with roughly $80,000 worth of block layout.
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