In episode two of ForestWorks' second season, we are joined by Dallas Smith, the founder, president and CEO of the Nanwakolas Council and a leader at the forefront of Indigenous-enterprise partnerships in forestry.
Dallas Smith, president and CEO of the Nanwakolas Council.
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Dallas Smith joins us for this week’s episode of ForestWorks. The founder, president and CEO of the Nanwakolas Council, Dallas Smith is at the forefront of creating opportunity and prosperity for First Nations through responsible forestry in partnership with industry. The Council is an organization of five Vancouver Island First Nations with the mission of protecting and managing cultural values while building opportunities and partnerships with government and industry. It recently announced an agreement with Western Forest Products.
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