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About CCR

Central Chilcotin Rehabilitation Ltd. (CCR) is a joint venture company owned by the Tŝideldel First Nation and the Tl’etinqox Government. Our focus is to coordinate and implement large scale forestry programs and initiatives within our traditional territories to provide sustained economic opportunities for our communities and to ensure the long-term sustainability of our traditional forest land-base.

CCR is recognized as an innovative organization—a catalyst that creates new economic opportunities. We are leaders in the forestry sector, with a proven reliability to carry out large-scale forest rehabilitation work.

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Chief Otis Guichon

Director of CCR and Chief
of Tŝideldel First Nation

Chief Joe Alphonse

Director of CCR and Chief of Tl'etinqox Government

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Vision.

First Nations people leading forest rehabilitation and management on their traditional territories.

Mission.

To coordinate and implement large-scale forest rehabilitation programs and initiatives within the traditional territories of the Tŝideldel First Nation and the Tl’etinqox Government, generating economic, social, and environmental benefits.

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What We Do
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What We Do

CCR’s projects focus on forest rehabilitation through reforestation, wildlife habitat restoration and by enhancing the utilization of wood fibre. Learn more about the work we do and our incredible partners.

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PURPOSE: To collect Douglas-fir cones

 

PARTNERS: Internal project

STATUS: Ongoing

 

BENEFITS:

  1. Reforest the Douglas-fir stands

  2. Overstory retention to help regenerate un-salvaged sites back to Douglas-fir

  3. Recover uneconomical fibre

 

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Cone Collection

Douglas-Fir Rehabilitation

PURPOSE: To rehabilitate and reforest burned Douglas-fir stands

 

PARTNERS: Tolko Industries

STATUS: Complete

 

BENEFITS:

  1. Reforest the Douglas-fir stands

  2. Overstory retention to help regenerate un-salvaged sites back to Douglas-fir

  3. Recover uneconomical fibre

 

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Douglas-Fir Rehabilitation

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Enhancing the Use of Wood Fibre

PURPOSE: To utilize dead or fire damaged fibre to create electricity

 

PARTNERS: Forest Enhancement Society of BC, Drax, Cariboo Pulp, Atlantic Power Corporation

STATUS: Complete

 

BENEFITS:

  1. Jobs for local community members

  2. 75,000 cubic metres of fibre recovered

  3. Addressing fibre shortages for local pellet and biomass production facilities

  4. Innovative partnerships

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Enhanced Fibre Utilization

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PURPOSE: To reduce wildfire risk in the area

 

PARTNERS: Forest Enhancement Society of BC.

STATUS: Active

 

BENEFITS:

  1. Jobs for local community members

  2. Over 10,000 hectares of area treated

  3. Additional benefits such as wildlife habitat enhancement

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Wildfire Hazard Mitigation

Project Partners

Shell Canada Limited

Shell and CCR are jointly undertaking a reforestation project in the Tsilhqot'in territory in B.C. Although this won’t be the biggest project that CCR delivers, I think in time we will look back with pride at what we were able to deliver for the community—together.

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Denise Chang-Yen
Manager, Nature Based Solutions

Awards

Awards

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Category: Business Partnership of the Year

Partner with Us

We partner with some of the most innovative companies to implement forestry solutions to ensure our forests are healthier now, and for our future generations.

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