On November 28th at the Harrop Hall, HPCC forest manager Erik Leslie provided an update on our community forest’s climate change risk assessment and operations strategy. Community wildfire protection planning in Harrop and Procter were discussed in detail. See link to the presentation:
Erik public presentation Nov2018
Permanent part-time position at the Harrop-Procter Community Forest office in Procter.
Office Coordinator duties include coordination of monthly Board meetings, Annual General meetings and special events, taking minutes at monthly Board meetings, dealing with professional and public inquiries, maintaining office records and membership database, preparing documents and correspondence. Bookkeeper duties include maintaining accurate ledgers, payables and receivables, bi-weekly payroll and financial reporting to the Boards of Directors.
Good organizational, bookkeeping and computer skills (Word, Excel and Access) required, a knowledge of Simply Accounting preferred. Position available immediately.
Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Harrop-Procter Community Cooperative Scholarship will be awarded to a secondary school graduate who is a resident of the Harrop-Procter community. Applicants must be enrolled in a 1st year program, pursuing an education through a Technical/Trades School, College, or University. Studies related to Forestry, Environmental Studies, and Sciences will be given priority consideration but other areas of study will be considered where appropriate. Please forward applications by JUNE 1
Here’s the slide show that Erik Leslie, HPCC’s Forest Manager, presented at the community celebration / firefighter thank you party in Procter on November 17th.
Rural Routes is a podcast produced in Saint John’s, Newfoundland. It is an initiative of the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation.
Their most recent episode is entitled The Future of Forestry.
The beginning of the podcast includes an interview with Floris Dusselhof from the community forest sawmill, and the latter part of the podcast includes an interview with forest manager Erik Leslie.