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Alkali Resource Management receives 2020 Indigenous Business Award


October 13, 2020
By Ellen Cools
Ellen Cools

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Alkali Resource Management’s silviculture and fire management crew in front of the office in Alkali Lake, B.C. Photos courtesy ARM.

Alkali Resource Management (ARM), owned by the Esk’etemc First Nation which manages 80,000 hectares of land south of Williams Lake, B.C., has won a 2020 Indigenous Business Award.

The award is given by the B.C. Achievement Foundation. According to The Williams Lake Tribune, the company will be celebrated in November through a series of digital campaigns and films highlighting their achievements.

[Editor’s note: Read more about ARM’s logging operations here.]

“We’ve always thought that we have the best First Nation forestry company in the province, so it’s nice getting this recognition,” Gordon Chipman, manager of ARM, told The Williams Lake Tribune.

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