Forestry, Mining and Business

Burns Lake Native Development Corporation

The Na Na Kila Institute is is a First Nations run incorporated, non-profit society dedicated to the conservation, stewardship and appropriate development of ancestral lands of the Haisla Nation, with particular emphasis on the Greater Kitlope Ecosystem.

Community Futures Stuart Nechako

The Nechako Valley Food Network is governed by the Nechako Healthy Community Alliance, a newly formed nonprofit society aimed at supporting local initiatives that encourage healthy living. The Nechako Valley Food Network comprises of a group of volunteers that promote the growth and distribution of local agricultural products and educate individuals on how to grow and eat their own produce.

Fort St. James Chamber of Commerce

The Nechako Waste Reduction Initiative created their website to keep local residents informed on the current recycling options and waste reduction initiatives in Vanderhoof, as well as to provide general information and links to everything there is to know about waste reduction.

Houston Chamber of Commerce

The Houston Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization with a volunteer board of directors comprised of businesses, professionals and residents. It is a voice for business and proudly promotes Houston as a great place to live, work and play.

Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund

The Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society is a grant-making agency that assists the people of North West British Columbia, and in particular the Nechako region and Kitamaat Village, by sponsoring sustainable economic and community stability projects.

Vanderhoof Chamber of Commerce

The Vanderhoof Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization comprised of businesses, professionals, residents, and community groups working together to ensure a healthy economic and socio-economic base to benefit the entire community. Its goal is to harness the tremendous potential of the private enterprise system and the community at large as a unified “Voice of Business”, enabling its membership to accomplish collectively what no one person can do individually.