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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: .. français.. HOME.. ABOUT NAFA.. MEMBERSHIP.. PUBLICATIONS.. JOBS.. LINKS.. ARCHIVES.. CONTACT US.. NAFA LATEST RESOURCES NEWS.. Introducing Geoff Schimmel and NAFA's Market Development Support Initiative.. National Aboriginal Forest Sector Directory.. LATEST ABORIGINAL FORESTRY NEWS.. Snuneymuxw First Nation - Request for Proposal.. Wilfrid Laurier University - Graduate Students Job Posting.. Wikwemikong-Terrafact Press Release.. THE DIRECTORY..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: english.. ACCUEIL.. À PROPOS.. ÊTRE MEMBRE.. EMPLOIS.. LIENS.. NOUS JOINDRE.. RESSOURCES NAFA.. Répertoire national autochtone dans le secteur forestier.. DERNIÈRES NOUVELLES.. LE RÉPERTOIRE..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: ABOUT NAFA -.. BOARD OF DIRECTORS.. -.. STAFF.. STRATEGY.. BYLAWS (pdf).. Our Mission.. To promote and support increased Aboriginal involvement in forest management and related commercial opportunities, while staying committed to holistic or multiple-use forestry, to build sustainable Aboriginal communities.. Background.. The creation of a National Aboriginal forestry organization was called for at the landmark conference on Native forestry, entitled the National Native Forestry Symposium - Ethic To Reality.. The conference was held in Vancouver, November 22-24, 1989, and was attended by some 450 delegates.. At the conference, there was a consensus of support from the delegates in favour of establishing a national organization to promote forestry as a necessary condition for Aboriginal economic development, the repair of environment degradation, and the restoration of cultural and community spiritual health for Aboriginal people across the country.. Objectives.. The overall goal of NAFA is to promote and support increased Aboriginal involvement in forest management and related commercial opportunities.. In the working toward this goal, NAFA is committed to holistic or multiple-use forestry, which implies the rebuilding and the sustainable development of the forest resource to serve a multitude of community needs, among those being the protection of wildlife and traditional food stuff habitat, protection of fur bearers, protection of clean and adequate supplies of water, establishment of forested areas for recreation and tourism attractions, traditional cultural and spiritual use, as well  ...   address the need for Aboriginal forest land rehabilitation and increased Aboriginal control over forest resources through the development of appropriate policy and programming;.. To ensure that Aboriginal communities are made aware of ways and means by which they can extract the highest value possible from the forest resources they possess on Reserve and from tenures they may hold in traditional territories;.. To support Aboriginal peoples' aspirations regarding self-government and the exercise of Aboriginal and Treaty rights as they pertain to natural resource management;.. To provide a network for information sharing and to act in an advocacy role that seeks out opportunity to promote forestry amongst and on behalf of Aboriginal peoples in Canada with governments and industry at all levels.. Co-operation.. NAFA cooperates with various levels of government, the forest industry, associations, educational institutions and other Aboriginal organizations to achieve its objectives.. The focus is on building appropriate tools for contemporary forest management by Aboriginal people consistent with the goals of self-determination and self reliance as expressed by the Assembly of First Nations.. Organization.. NAFA is a grass roots initiative backed by First Nations and other Aboriginal groups and organizations that function at either the regional or community level in the area of forestry.. The.. Board of Directors.. is comprised of ten representatives, one from each of the provinces and territories, except for the Atlantic region, which has two directors..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: Why should I become a NAFA member?.. Your membership in NAFA, whether you are an Aboriginal person or a participant in the forest sector, shows your support for NAFA's.. objectives.. and the overall goal of increased participation of Aboriginal people in the forest sector.. Further, NAFA membership provides you with the opportunity to network with representatives from all areas of the forest sector including the Aboriginal community, various levels of government, educational institutions and industry.. NAFA membership also entitles you to make full use of NAFA programs and services, including special discounts on NAFA seminars.. For its members, NAFA provides a forum to collectively raise concerns and provide constructive input into development of national forest policies and forest land management systems.. NAFA members will be kept appraised of NAFA activities through annual general meetings, annual reports, newsletters, and special events and.. publications.. The newsletters will provide an opportunity for information sharing among NAFA members through the publication of members' articles.. Can I make a donation?.. Any person or corporate entity making donations to NAFA will be publicly recognized as a NAFA sponsor.. When the donation is greater than the membership fee, sponsors will enjoy all of the privileges of the membership type for  ...   to cover NAFA's overhead or special projects.. Donations by sponsors could be used to support specific NAFA projects in such areas as employment and training or business development, etc.. What kind of membership is available?.. Regional Affiliate:.. Regional or provincially established organizations that are controlled by more than one First Nation or by one or more Tribal Councils and are interested in furthering the objectives of the Association.. Organization Member:.. First Nations, First Nations-controlled organizations, Tribal Councils, and all other Aboriginal organizations, either for profit or not, that are interested in furthering the objectives of the Association.. Individual Member:.. Aboriginal individuals that are interested in furthering the objectives of the Association.. Associate Member:.. Non-Aboriginal organizations or individuals interested in furthering the objectives of the Association.. Student Member:.. Individuals who are registered as full-time students in a vocational, technical or post-secondary institution.. Choose the membership category that applies to you or your organization, complete and send the form, and mail your cheque or money order to National Aboriginal Forestry Association.. Step 1: Choose a Membership Category.. Category (see.. above.. ).. 2 years.. Regional Affiliate.. $150.. Organization Membership.. Individual Membership.. Associate Membership.. Student Membership.. $20 for period registered as a full-time.. student at a recognized institution..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: PUBLICATIONS/PAPERS.. National Aboriginal Forestry Association publications are distributed free to NAFA members (payment required by non-members).. If you wish to receive any of the NAFA publications listed, please fill out the form below.. Print and mail it to NAFA.. If you click the send button below, your order will be ready for shipping.. We also have a list of.. Non-NAFA publications.. you may be interested in.. NAFA Publications.. Order.. 2011 PUBLICATIONS/PAPERS.. Assessment of Market Development Needs of Aboriginal Forest Product Companies.. View.. Free.. 2010 PUBLICATIONS/PAPERS.. Diversifying Aboriginal Forestry: Broad Directions (February 2010).. Aboriginal Human Resource Bioeconomy (January 2010).. Framework for Aboriginal Capacity-Building (January 2010).. 2009 PUBLICATIONS/PAPERS.. Aboriginal Centre for Research and Development Focussed on Commercialization of Forest Products and Services (March 2009).. Presentation to the Standing Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.. 2000-2007 PUBLICATIONS.. Aboriginal Forestry Education and Training Catalogue (1999-2000).. $10.. 00.. Aboriginal-Forest Sector Partnerships: Lessons For Future Collaboration (2000).. 00.. Aboriginal-Held Forest Tenures in Canada (20002-2003).. $20.. First Nations Governance and Forest Management (March 2002) (Available in French/English).. Careers In Forestry Video (2004).. $25.. Second Report on First Nation-Held Forest Tenures in Canada (2007) (Available in  ...   Ontario Forest Sector (July 1995).. Aboriginal Forest-Based Ecological Knowledge in Canada (August 1996) (Available in English/French/Spanish).. Assessment of the Need for Aboriginal Compliance with Sustainable Forest Management and Forest Product Certification Systems (March 1996).. Workshop Report on Aboriginal Participation in Canada's Model Forest Program (January 1996).. Value-Added Forestry and Aboriginal Communities: The Perfect Fit (1997).. DISCONTINUED PUBLICATIONS.. Aboriginal Forestry: Significant Developments and Events 1992-1995 (March 1996).. Aboriginal Forestry Training Employment Review (1993) Phase I Final Report.. Newsletters.. NAFA Newsletters.. free.. Boreal News Aboriginal Views (10 issues) Each issue covers a specific topic, including:.. I: the Boreal Forest,.. II: Sustainable Forest Managment,.. III: Forest Certification,.. IV: Forest Conservation.. V: Canada's Forest Industry,.. VI: Non-Timber Forest Products,.. VII: Forest Research in the Boreal Forest,.. VIII: Climate Change,.. IX: National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy - State of the Debate Report, and.. X: Forest Trends.. free.. Name:.. *.. Address:.. City:.. Province/State:.. Country:.. Postal Code:.. Phone:.. Fax:.. E-mail:.. (Fields with a.. are required.. ).. Print and mail this page with.. cheque or money order to:.. NAFA.. 359 Kent St.. , Suite 302.. Ottawa ON K2P 0R6.. Canada.. Then.. (by e-mail)..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: Employment Opportunities.. Postings.. Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve - Department of Lands and Natural Resources - Job Posting.. Lakehead Job Posting.. Resources.. See our.. links.. page for a list of forestry-related employment sites..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: Federal Programs.. Natural Resources Canada - Aboriginal Forestry Initiative.. Organizations.. Canada's Forest Network (Password protected website).. Canadian Forest Service.. Canadian Insititute of Forestry.. Canadian Model Forest Network.. FSC Head Office (Bonn).. Forest Stewardship Council Canada.. Institute On Governance.. National Forest Strategy (Coalition).. Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation.. Employment.. Canadian Forests - Careers and Employment.. Government of Canada - Job Bank.. Universities.. Lakehead University.. Laval University.. McGill University.. Memorial University of Newfoundland.. Oregon State University.. Simon Fraser University.. Université Laval.. Université de Moncton.. University of Alberta.. University of British Columbia.. University of Manitoba.. University of New Brunswick.. University of Northern  ...   Institute.. Centre for Indigineous Environmental Resources.. College Boréal.. College of New Caledonia.. College of the North Atlantic.. Conestoga College.. Confederation College.. Grande Prairie Regional College.. King's University-College, The.. Malaspina Univesity-College.. Maritime Forest Ranger School.. Nicola Valley Institute of Technology.. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.. Northern College.. Northern Lights College.. Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology.. Selkirk College.. Sir Sanford Fleming College.. Télé-Université.. Thompson Rivers University.. University College of the North.. Yukon College.. Educational Institutions.. Banff Centre for Management.. Cégep de Baie Comeau.. Canadian Institute of Forestry.. Centre for Indigenous Peoples Nutrition and Environment.. Lignum Ltd.. TRU Open Learning Agency..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: 2009.. Erratum Notice.. Download the Erratum Notice.. NAFA/SFM Network Workshop.. on Strengthening Aboriginal Capacity in the Forest Sector.. February 28-29, 2008.. Download the proceedings (PDF).. 2008.. Petition to prevent the use of non-essential herbicides.. 2007.. NAFA National Conference: Ottawa, February 27 - March 1, 2007.. Major sponsor:.. The Ontario Trillium Foundation.. Conference Proceedings.. Please write to the Auditor General to express your support of our.. Petition.. regarding the promotion of sustainable forestry.. through amendments to competition regulation and policy.. 2006.. NAFA and Serpent River First Nation meet tree planting commitments for  ...   Strategy.. Meeting of Theme 3, Rights and Participation of Aboriginal Peoples:.. Summary of Proceedings,.. April 5-6, 2006.. 2003.. November 25, 2003.. New Executive Director Appointed.. Sept.. 19-21, 2003, Quebec, QC,.. Wendake Action Plan from the Indigenous Peoples Forest Forum.. September 2003.. CANADA FOREST POLICY INCONSISTENT WITH LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ADDRESSING ABORIGINAL ISSUES Quebec City.. Canadian Council of Forest Minister Not Addressing Aboriginal and Treaty Rights In National Forest Policy.. 2002.. July 12th, 2002.. NAFA lobbies Canadian Council of Forest Ministers to update its forest management criteria to include section addressing Aboriginal rights..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: NATIONAL ABORIGINAL FORESTRY ASSOCIATION.. Branch Office:.. Ottawa, Ontario.. K2P 0R6.. Tel: (613) 233-5563.. Fax: (613) 233-4329.. Head Office:.. 1608 Mishomis Inamo.. Pikwàkanagàn, Ontario.. K0J 1X0.. Tel: (613) 625-2233.. Contact us.. Comments/Questions:..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: NAFA Newsletter.. Fall-Winter 2009 English.. Automne-Hiver Français.. March 2009 English.. March 2009 French.. January 2008 English.. January 2008 French.. March 2007 English.. March 2007 French.. January 2007 English.. January 2007 French.. March 2006 English.. March 2006 French.. January 2006 English.. January 2006 French..

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  • Title: NAFA : National aboriginal forestry association
    Descriptive info: Be listed in the National Directory of Aboriginal Businesses in the Forest Sector.. Read the.. Executive Director's messag.. e, and.. Download the questionnaire.. This directory was made possible by funding from the First Nations Forestry Program (FNFP) which is jointly funded by Natural Resources Canada and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and delivered in partnership with First Nations.. Ce bottin a été réalisé grâce au financement du Programme forestier des Premières nations (PFPN) qui est financé par Ressources naturelles Canada et Affaires indiennes et du Nord Canada, et est délivré en partenariat avec les Premières nations..

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