Nuxalk Nation Development Corporation
NNDC is a growing company with interests in tourism, forestry management, specialty wood products, multi-use port facilities, non-timber forest products, energy, and construction markets in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest on the Central Coast of British Columbia, Canada. NDC opened for business on April 15, 2011 and in the early days was managed by its (then) three Directors. Today, NDC has three full-time staff: Randy Hart, RPF, President & CEO; Maureen Leys, Accounting Coordinator and Chris Nelson, Culturist. The Company's five Directors are: Jim Bennett, CA (Chair & Treasurer) Spencer Siwallace, RPF (Vice-Chair); Garnet Andrews; Nancy More; and Sharon Dawson. NDC owns an art gallery (www.coppersungallery.ca) and offers authentic aboriginal tours (www.coppersunjourneys.com) in Bella Coola. NDC also manages a Community Forestry Agreement (CFA) on behalf of the Nuxalk Forestry Limited Partnership. The CFA produces 20,000 cubic meters of harvest volume annually within the Nuxalk Ancestral Territory. NDC owns Totem Sawmill LP (WoodMizer, Swingmill & Dimension saws) which is located on Salloompt Road in Hagensborg, BC in the Bella Coola Valley. The sawmill currently employs 3 people. NDC is one of three equal partners in a joint-venture to develop a multi-use port facility in Bella Coola: Elspeth Bay Development Corporation. NDC and its affiliates employ over 40 full-time and seasonal persons.
Suite 154, 500 Hwy #20, 4-Mile Subdivision
Bella Coola, BC
R.G. (Randy) Hart