Forestry Training

Recipient: Skin Tyee First Nation
Amount: 15000
Date: 2003-07-24
Areas: Burns Lake and Southside
Sectors: Capacity Building
Strategy: Human Development
Description: After entering into a forestry venture, the Skin Tyee people identified the need for training in chainsaw safety, fire suppression, hazard recognition, and first aid. With NKDF paying for the training (mostly through the College of New Caledonia), ten people, once on social assistance, are now employable.
Lakes Outdoor Recreation Society

In 2013 NKDF provided seed capital to fund an Accessibility Audit of what would be required to develop the Lakes Outdoor Recreation area as an accessible region in northern British Columbia. It proved that people with...

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