The British Columbia Assembly of First Nations is pleased to provide a comprehensive database of resources for sustainable economic development. Here you can find many programs, organizations and facilities in British Columbia where that benefit of First Nations people and businesses. You can narrow down a list of resources that will be helpful for your needs by selecting specific filtering options found below.
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First Nations Agriculture Needs Assessment (FNAOA)
Agricultural Opportunities Assessments assist First Nations communities in determining the feasibility of agricultural development options. They include up to $5,000 for service from a qualified advisor to complete an agricultural opportunities assessment and/or business planning …
First Nations Forest Sector Technical Support Program
Provides technical support to First Nation communities to increase value derived from the forest resource by increasing productivity in harvesting, transportation and manufacturing; improving process, product attributes and quality; supporting product and market diversification; and …
First Nations Forestry Training Program
A partnership between FLNRO, BC Timber Sales and the First Nations Forestry Council to enable up to 20 Aboriginal students to work towards certification as a Forest Technician.