Grant to reduce waste of wood and create jobs in Cariboo-Chilcotin
CFJC Today wrote about a $1-million grant that CCR received to expand the capacity and expertise of the company, as the forest industry transitions from a harvest economy to a forest-management economy.
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A joint venture company, owned by two First Nations, is receiving a $1 million dollar grant to decrease the amount of wood that goes to waste in the forest.
The funding is being provided as a grant from the Forest Enhancement Society of BC (FESBC) to Central Chilcotin Rehabilitation Ltd., a joint venture company owned by the Tŝideldel First Nation (Alexis Creek First Nation) and the Tl’etinqox government (Anaham First Nation).