PROFIT Sharing

One third of the profits from Dungate Community Forests goes to the District of Houston. For 2014 Dungate gave the District $66,952.

Dungate Community Forests presented a cheque to the District of Houston for $66

Dungate Community Forests presented a cheque to the District of Houston for $66,952. The money is one third of the 2014 profits from the Community Forests.  The other Community Forests profits go to community support and economic development. In photo  are Community Forests Directors Bob Clee, Jerry Veillette, Arnold Amonson, Russell Tiljoe, and Doug McRae presenting cheque to District of Houston Councillor Jonathan Van Barneveld, Mayor Shane Brienen and Councillor John Siebenga.

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