Canfor donates sign for Houston fish hatchery

On Nov. 24, 2017 the Upper Bulkley Valley Stream Keepers received a sign for their new fish hatchery. The sign cost approximately $2500 which was entirely donated by Canfor. (L-R) Cindy Verbeek, coordinator for A Rocha Canada and the Upper Bulkley Valley Stream Keepers accepting the new sign from Carl Vandermark, operations manager, Houston Fibre for Canfor.

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