Friends of the Ancient Forest

We would like to recognize the following organizations and individuals who have supported this project.

Organizations

 

TD logo Integris Credit Union logo
Public Assistance Logo Rotary Club of Prince George Logo
McBride Logo Planning Logo
Student Planner Association

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Individuals

A BIG THANK-YOU to the Ramblers Construction Crew and other helpers:

Melanie Karjala Ric Mlynarczyk Carolyn Ibis Jack Kinnear Boris Milkov Dave King
Dave Connell Dave Read Norton Dowd Sheila Fleming Percy Hanna Sheila Page
Andrea Heinrichs Pat Kloster Bonnie Watt Rob Watt Tim Gardner Heather Anchikoski
Anne George Nowell Senior

Thanks also to:
Peter Hvezda and Carolyn Ibis for posting progress reports, and pictures on the Ramblers website.
Also thanks to Ianna Selkirk for looking after the financial features of the project.

Other helpers:

Thanks to Brian Harrison, April Bilawchuck and Rita Senior.

Thanks to Sylvain Berry, a resident of the French Alps who, while hitch-hiking his way from Anchorage Alaska to New York, camped out with us at the Ancient Forest parking area, and gave  a full day of help on the boardwalk before going on his way.

Carrying lumber into the forest is labour intensive work and so we would like to thank students and staff from the University of Northern British Columbia who also dropped by and carried large amounts of lumber for us. So thanks to:

Professor Ian Picketts and his Outdoor Recreation and Tourism students;

Professor Darwyn Coxson with his Systematic Botany – Biology 301 students, and to;

Associate Professor David Connell, and his class of School of Environmental Planning students – course ENPL 205 Environment and Society.

 

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