Grants

Rugged Ridge Grant

We are very pleased to announce that we have received a $4,000 grant from the Rugged Ridge Trails program. I’d lake to take a moment and say thank you to them. Plans for these funds will be announced in the future. Also thanks to those of you that are members, the more members we have… Continue reading Rugged Ridge Grant

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2015 Board of Directors

I’d like to say thank you to those that came to the AGM, the room was pretty much full.

Minutes will be forwarded out to everyone as soon as I have them.

Just a few notes about your new Board of Directors:

President still – Kim Reeves   Vice president still – Glyn Trafford   Secretary – Rachelle Tomm (Thank you for joining us! we look forward to growing with you)   Treasurer – Krixtina Wheeler (I now have an official title? weird.. )   Member at large – Matthew Philip Ion, Kelly Lynch, John A Larsen, Rick Takasaki (thank you to everyone for stepping up and helping)   Magazine – Maciej Radoszewski still (no he can not run away from us) Appointed Rep for the Interpretive Forest – Dan Wishart

Minutes - ORC/CRAG and others

Jan 2015 – CRAG Minutes

Chilliwack Recreation Advisory Group Meeting October 27, 2014

Ministry of Forests Building, Airport Road, Chilliwack

Attendance list: Marina Dunn (RSTBC), Jacquie Horn (RSTBC), Tennesse Trent (RSTBC), Rose Schroeder (Horse Council BC), Scott Davis-Fisch (FVMBA), Mike Overhoff (DSBC), Brian Romak (CSC), Peter Friesen (DSBC), Leon LeBrun (TBC), Garth Harper (GVMC), Elmer Niezen ( CSC), Jack Bryceland (FMCBC), Mike Reilly (RNATV), Karin Smith (BCHBC), Kim Reeves (4WDABC), Ernie Kliever (FVMBA), Pat Harrison (HikeBC/NHT), Andrew Boxwell (BCTS), Ray Heppner (CORC), Martina Lang (Jet Set Paragliding), Randy MacAhonic (Chwk Fish and Game Club)

Guests in Attendance: Orion Engar (FVRD Area E Director), Suzanne Gieshar (FVRD), Laurie Throness (MLA Chwk Hope). Enrique Sanchez (Planning Forester BCTS), Andrew Boxwell (Co-op Student).

1. Welcome and Additional Agenda topics.

2. Introduction of Guests: by Marina D.

3. Meeting Topics

a. BCTS Stakeholder Project – Enrique Sanchez

     – ACTION: asking that individual stakeholder groups arrange to sit with himself and Andrew to identify each areas of

       interest and expectations in the Chwk Forest District. This will help with communication of proposed harvesting

       plans and decide how to mediate expectations of all stakeholders. We should outline Core areas and any outlying as

       well. Set up an appt with Andrew at Andrew.Boxwell@gov.bc.ca 604-702-5747.

     – suggestion that CRAG send Enrique and Andrew an updated CRAG contact list. MOF would like to share this

       contact list with their contractors who will in turn contact the group that may be impacted by harvesting work. There

       was consensus that would be okay.

Clean Ups · Events · Tread Lightly

2011 – East Stave Lake Clean Up

As I sit here tonight with a red Gatorade and some feel good pills, some may be thinking that I tied one on last night.. however It’s the result of an amazing day where I am left exhausted yet energized at the same time.  Covered in scratches, a few bruises, and my layers of dirt have layers of dirt on them.  And I will be back June 4th for the next one on the West Side.

There were many great pictures taken by Maciej(Mat) Radoszewski and can be seen on his site fantomdesigns – http://www.flickr.com/photos/fantomdesigns/sets/72157626444770233/

Today marked my 3rd Stave Lake Clean up of the 4 Wheel Drive Association of BC (4WDABC), and each year I leave feeling so perplexed at the feelings of both disgust at what the people will do to this world, and on the other hand so amazed by those who come out to support the events and the amount of effort they put into the day of clean up.  Before I get into the details, I wanted to give a shout out to our amazing sponsors and people who helped make this happen.