About The Section
The CIF-IFC Cariboo Section encompasses the forests of Northern British Columbia. The Cariboo is a large section from Williams Lake north to the Yukon border and sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the Alberta border. This is an incredibly diverse and energetic section steeped in a long history of forest management and looking forward into the future.
Our team is dedicated to upholding the vision of the CIF-IFC by hosting members & friends’ events, attending CIF-IFC AGMs, participating in National Forestry Week, contributing to local community efforts, and networking students with forest professionals.
What We Do
We deliver our objectives through hosting events, technical sessions, field tours, and meetings among members and council.
|Director||Nicholas Dormaar (Nicholas.Dormaar@alumni.unbc.ca)|
|Chair||Lisa Wood (Lisa.Wood@unbc.ca)|
|Social Media Committee||Jewel Yurkewich|
Annual Section Events
- Walk in the Woods at the Willow River Demonstration Forest
- Chili Cookoff Networking Night
- Prince George Annual City-Wide Spring Clean
- Members & Friends events
- Ring Ceremony for forestry graduates of CNC and UNBC
Connect With Us
Follow us on social media to stay up to date with everything forestry related in this Section. If you have any questions or inquires, please feel free to contact our Section Director or Chair directly.