Bulkley Valley Research Centre

The Bulkley Valley Research Centre in collaboration with Driftwood Foundation and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation wrote a document based on a one-day workshop exploring the potential for future collaboration in the Skeena watershed on issues related to habitat management. Be sure you check out  the link to the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation  as it speaks volumes about their connection to our Bulkley Valley Eco-activist groups. The the facilitator for the event, Julian Griggs of Dovetail Consulting Inc. who comes with the following testimonial ” “Julian is simply the best facilitator I’ve used. He is not only able to work with a team to craft excellent strategies and help organizations become truly effective, but you all have fun while you’re doing it!” said David L. Secord, Ph.D. Vice President, Strategic Grantmaking, The American Tides Foundation,.

Quote: “Don Morgan also highlighted the role played by the Bulkley Valley Research Centre, in filling a gap in service delivery for government, particularly in the areas of research.”

They feel their role is to align governments information to match the objectives of this Eco-radical organization.

Directors: Adrian de Groot (chair), Johanna Pfalz (secretary), Ken White, Irene Ronalds, Don Morgan, Adriana Almeida-Rodriquez, Brian Kolman, Pam Wright, and Michael Price. (based on 2019 document)
Staff: Leigh-Ann Fenwick, Monica Oliva, EmilyHashemi, Navarana Smith (incomplete list)

Newly elected of Board of Directors; Brian Edmison, Don Morgan, Michael Price, Pam Wright, Richard Overstall, and Wade Brunham stepped down.Proposed slate of directors presentedincluding ChéElkin, Paula Bartemucci, Kira Hoffman, Alana Clason, Evelyn Hamiltonas new directors.Kerrith McKay moved to elect proposed slate of directors, Erin Hall seconded, approved.

From their website, here is what they want you to believe. “Vision – The Centre is a trusted source of credible research, information, and expertise pertaining to natural and cultural resources, and provides a forum for people and institutions to work together to sustain these resources.

From their Community development initiatives. Note that money does not grow on trees, as they say “If you dance with the devil, then you haven’t got a clue, for you think you’ll change the devil, but the devil changes you.” This money comes from Americans with an agenda, you must adhere to that agenda. Another quote to remember “The road to hell is paved with good intentions” As a former member of some of these organizations I have seen first hand how you become obligated to the hand that feeds you, the good news is I WOKE and as much as I love our environment, I won’t sell out to American pressure.

Take the time to read, some have good ideas, some are 100% the concepts of people who live from hundreds of miles away to thousands of miles away, planning OUR valley’s futures, not in your face but behind your backs.

* denotes an active project. ⌘ denotes a multi-year/continuing project

Project # Project Title Project Lead Funding Agency
2019-25 Re-Visioning Valley Vision Alison Watson & Liliana Dragowska Private Funding
2017-02⌘ Community Resources Board Administration Laura Guillon, Administrative Coordinator, Bulkley Valley Research Centre Community Resources Board
2016-01⌘ Babine Watershed Monitoring Trust – Administration and Technical Support Laura Guillon, Administrative Coordinator, Bulkley Valley Research Centre Babine Watershed Monitoring Trust
2014-04 Sustainable Innovative Subdivisions Cristina Soto, PhD, Environmental Consultant, Smithers The Kassandra Trust
2014-03 Society for Ecosystem Restoration in North Central British Columbia – Administration Kirsteen Laing, Administrative Manager, Bulkley Valley Research Centre Socity for Ecological Restoration in North Central British Columbia
2012-18 BC Parks Whitebark Pine Event Alana Clason, Adjunct Researcher, Bulkley Valley Research Centre Recreation Sites and Trails BC
2012-10 Bioblitz 2012 Patrick Williston, Gentian Botanical Research Bulkley Valley Research Centre, Bulkley Valley Credit Union
2012-06 Groundbreakers Collective Marketing Plan Emily Bulmer, Director, Groundbreakers Collective Enterprising non-profits
2011-15 Smithers BIOBLITZ Patrick Williston, Gentian Botanical Research Recreation Sites and Trails BC, Bulkley Valley Credit Union, Bulkley Valley Research Centre
2011-11 Year of Science Rick Budhwa, Bulkley Valley Research Centre, Smithers Year of Science
2011-07⌘ Bulkley Valley Community Resources Board – RAMP Bulkley Valley Community Resources Board Ministry of Natural Resource Operations, Real Estate Foundation, Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation
2010-09 Bulkley Valley Laptop Share – Wetzin’kwa Funding Mark Wong, Research Consultant, Smithers Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation
2010-06 Valley Vision – Wetzin’kwa Funding Steve Osborn, Nexus Forest Solutions>, Smithers Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation
2010-03 Planning for the Crown-Settlement Interface Lands Dr. Ray Chipeniuk, Adjunct Professor, School of Environmental Planning, UNBC Real Estate Foundation, Driftwood Foundation, Bulkley Valley Credit Union, UNBC
2009-16 Valley Vision 3 Stephen Osborn, Nexus Forest Solutions, Smithers Brian Edmison, UNBC, Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation
2009-15 Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Outreach & Education Initiative Rick Budhwa, Bulkley Valley Research Centre Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation
2009-14 Smithers Carbon Neutral Car Network Initiative Kim Struthers, One Sky – Canadian Institute of Sustainable Living, Smithers Enterprising Non-Profits; Vancouver City Savings Credit Union
2008-06 Valley Vision 2 Stephen Osborn, Nexus Forest Solutions, Smithers UNBC
2007-25 Valley Vision Website Stephen Osborn, Nexus Forest Solutions, Smithers Private Funding – Brian Edmison
2004-01 Communications and Implementation Strategy Anne Harfenist, Smithers Community Futures Development Corporation, Nadina


more information will be added to this page over the coming months.

  We Need a Law – That governs Vote Manipulation.

Ethical rules of conduct by all organizations, media outlets and websites that are funded, and or, to influence the voters and financed by any sources outside of its board of directors on both elected and non-elected organizations. Any organization that uses public education, advocacy, protest, negotiation and non-violent direct action tactics or pays others, to achieve its goals using any money other than personal funds should be required to have an official audit, all funding received or distributed must be accounted for and that information must be public.

Contrary to leftists claims that environmentalist support is a gauge of public support, this is a outright lie, almost all support is obtained by way of funding misleading and false advertisements and organized staged protests by paid protestors

Hiding funds coming in and or being disbursed must be considered fraud.

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