Tumbler Ridge Community Forest limits include:
A collaborative effort between TRCF, the District of Tumbler Ridge, The Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark, Students of TR Secondary School and Local First Nations Bands
Since 2006 TRCF and the District have treated fourteen wildfire interface areas in the community to increase Tumbler Ridge's wildfire resiliency.
The Community Forest provided Tumbler Ridge Days Society a $75,000 grant towards the construction of a new stage to host events and festivals in the community.
Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation is using a $94,000 facility upgrade grant from the Community Forest to enhance the museum's presentation of prehistoric exhibits.
"The Tumbler Ridge Search and Rescue (TRSAR) Society members would like to express their sincere appreciations for the two Grants we have received from your Society since late 2015. Our mission as a volunteer organization is to provide land and inland water search and rescue services when required. Without donors such as yourself this would not be possible to achieve.
The Grants have gone towards the purchase of Rope Rescue Gear for our team to be able to respond appropriately to any Low or High Angle Rescues, PPE for the team to maintain safety, as well as smaller operational items."
“This money has allowed us to continue to grow into a dependable response unit that the entire Tumbler Ridge area needs."
The Community Forest has contributed over $1M of grants, scholarships and bursaries to support local causes.
Each harvesting year, Tumbler Ridge Community Forest reinvests roughly 10% of timber sales proceeds back into local community. To date over 110 grants and community requests have been supported