Land Referrals Manager
Senior Land Referrals Officer
Environmental Monitor Field Coordinator (*new job title)
Office and Finance Clerk
Traditional Land Use Coordinator
Nathan joined the Land Referral Office at the end of June to take on the important task of Traditional Land Use Coordinator.
His work encompasses collecting information and mapping the areas the People fish, hunt, gather and harvest animals, berries and plants. He will also record where the People have lived and the water routes travelled. This information is archived and preserved for future reference. Nathan has relocated from our Chetwynd location to McLeod Lake. This will enable him to more effectively work with the membership & community.
Arlene has signed on in our Chetwynd office as the new Project Coordinator. Arlene has worked with us in Chetwynd from time to time and has now joined our team full time. She will be looking after our project intake and engagement process. Her role will be key to successfully manage the land referral process and gain maximum benefit from the consultation and accommodation process for the membership.
Some of our extended staff may not be aware that Jayde Duranleau is working for the LRO as our Archivist. She too is working in the McLeod Lake community. Jayde started this work on a summer program and we hope she will continue in this very important role for some time to come. Jayde has worked with an archival consultant over the summer and is taking an archivist course to support her efforts in this new role.
BC Hydro Community Liaison
Ashley will be working as the LRO BC Hydro Community Liaison. Ashley is a First Nations woman with a strong education and background in the environment, ethnobiology, ecology, environmental crime and law, human impact on the environment and aboriginal studies. She is an excellent field biologist with impressive knowledge of plants and indigenous uses of wild foods and medicines.
PO Box 87, 4821 South Access Road
Chetwynd, BC V0C 1J0
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