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RFP – Tree Planting Services

RFP 2023-01 Tree Planting Services

A Request for Proposal (RFP) has been developed for Tree Planting Services for 10 CLCCF blocks harvested in 2022, totalling approximately 156,670 seedlings to be planted.

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Community Forest issues dividends to partners following strong year of operations

View of Mount Hope and sign

The Board of Directors of the Cascade Lower Canyon Community Forest (CLCCF), a community forest organization that is comprised of a partnership between the District of Hope, the Yale First Nation and the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD) closed out the 2021 calendar year by issuing disbursements of $150,000.00 to each Community Forest partner.

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Firewood Harvesting permits now available


Looking to harvest firewood? CLCCF has recently developed a firewood permit process with the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resources. Residents looking to collect firewood within the CLCCF Community Forest Agreement Area require a permit from Chilliwack District Office, as well as a CLCCF permit. If you have any questions, please contact CLCCF: Cascade Lower…

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2021 AGM Announced

2021 AGM

Due to COVID-19, CLCCF will be hosting our 2021 AGM online on July 29th at 7:00 pm (PDT). We will be using Zoom. Please note: For security purposes, this meeting will require you to have a unique link and password. To participate, please follow the instructions below by July 22nd at the latest: Instructions: Email…

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RFP – Audit Services

RFP 2021-01

The Cascade Lower Canyon Community Forest includes about 26,000 hectares of crown forest land largely in the vicinity of Hope. To ensure conformity with generally accepted accounting principles and legislated provisions for companies in BC, the CLCCF must ensure an external audit is performed annually by a qualified independent accounting firm. These audits must be…

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Dragon’s Core Mountain Bike Trail Approved!

Dragon's Core Trail Approved

CLCCF was approved to build recreation trails via a Section 57 notice in the Silver Skagit area, near the head of the Dragons Back Trail.  The concept is that CLCCF will make the area better for recreation by creating Mountain Bike Trails designed by a professional designer and thus leaving the area with a mountain…

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