SIFCo BLOG

June 3, 2020

An important step in becoming Wildfire Resilient is having your home assessed.  Our free Wildfire Resiliency home assessment program aims to give the home owner a clear idea as to how they can improve the resiliency of their home in the event of a wildfire.

If you liv...

May 1, 2020

Today we are releasing the first in a series of community documentaries produced and funded by SIFCo, which aim to promote the remarkable work being carried out by people within our community. 

Integral Forestry is SIFCo's foundation.  Promoting biodiversity and a hea...

February 12, 2020

SIFCo are currently undertaking a Landscape Level Ecosystem Enhancement Project.  This project involves a network of terrestrial and aquatic enhancements running from the Slocan River headwaters of the Winlaw Creek and Trozzo Creek watersheds.

Works will be carried ou...

December 22, 2019

Our crew are officially on winter break! 

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from all of us at SIFCo

October 9, 2019

After a well deserved summer break our crew are back to work within the Trozzo, Anderson and Ponderosa watersheds as well as around the Bannock Point recreation area.

If you have any questions regarding this work please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

September 12, 2019

SLOCAN VALLEY WILDFIRE RESILIENCY OPEN HOUSE

SIFCo is working with the communities in the Slocan Valley to improve wildfire hazard reduction information and activities. Residents of the area are invited to come to one of the two events to be held at the end of September...

August 28, 2019

SIFCo has been in the process of creating A Slocan Valley Wildfire Resiliency Program (SVWRP) and has recently hired Amanda Murphy who will be taking on the role of Program Manager.

The SVWRP aims to provide our local residents with the information, resources and tool...

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