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The Territorial Resource Stewardship Department (TRS) is responsible for managing the Little Shuswap Lake Band’s (LSLB) land referrals. These land referrals consist of forestry cut blocks, fisheries, environmental and archaeological/heritage projects. Within the LSLB traditional territory the TRS interacts on a wide range of project developments, such as highways, energy generation projects, mining and commercial tourism. The office plays an integral part of negotiation, consultation and the accommodation processes.
Please contact the TRS office for details on current and past Archaeology projects.
Squilax Project Staff & Crew Members:
|Nola Markey, Archaeologist, Project Manager||Dale Tomma, Field Technician|
|Todd Paquin, Archaeologist, Project Field Manager||Ralph McBryan, Field Technician, RISC|
|Phoebe Murphy, Archaeologist, Project Supervisor||Jason Bellrose, Field Technician, RISC|
|Elton Arnouse, Field Technician, RISC||Randy LaBourdias, Field Technican, RISC|
|Emery Arnouse, Field Technician, RISC||Miykhaela Tomma, Field Technician, RISC|
|Debbie Frenchy, Field Technician, RISC||Jessica Barton, Archaeologist|
|Dwayne Finlay, Field Technician, RISC||Meaghan Griffith, Archaeologist|
|Rod August, Field Technician, RISC||Earl Stefanyson, Archaeologist|
|Ron Tomma, Field Technician, RISC||Destiny Tomma, Field Technician, RISC|
|David John, Field Technician, RISC||Rose Tomma, Field Technician, RISC|
BC HYDRO PROJECTS:
The Referrals Department is responsible for the review and management of all applications. They identify where proposed activities will take place (i.e., traditional territory vs crown land) and determine appropriate action and recommendations in collaboration with the LSLIB Administrator and Chief & Council.
Please forward all referrals to email@example.com.
250.679.3203 ext 147
Territorial Resource Stewardship Representatives:
Location: #105-440 Squilax Angelmont Rd