Alberta Junior Forest Rangers

What is AJFR all about?

Aseniwuche Winewak Nation is a host community who works with Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD) to fund and recruit the Aboriginal Junior Forest Rangers (Aboriginal JFR) Crew Members and Leaders. AWN has hosted the AJFR program in 2007, 2008, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

 

Being a member of the Aboriginal Junior Forest Ranger crew allows local high school students an opportunity to participate in a seven-week summer work experience program that allows them an opportunity to explore career paths in forestry, natural resource management and earth sciences.

 

2013 Crew- Traditional Plant Use [Video]

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AJFR 2007 Drums & Mocassins.JPG
AJFR 2007 Chainsaw.JPG
AJFR 2007 Hide.JPG
AJFR 2007 Drying Hide.JPG
AJFR 2007 Finished Hide.JPG
AJFR 2007 Miranda.JPG
AJFR 2007 Mike Moberly.JPG
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2010 - present

2010 - present

Our Philosophies

Working together for greater stability and health, but encouraging independence

10020 99 St. Box 1808

Grande Cache, AB

Tel:  (780) 827-5510

Fax: (780) 827-4788

9600 104 Ave. Box 1409

Grande Cache, AB

Tel: (780) 827-9670

10020 99 St. Box 297

Grande Cache, AB

Tel: (780) 827-4014

10008 99 St. Box 1808

Grande Cache, AB

Tel: (780) 827-3324

Tawow Centre

PCAP

FASD Support

Opioid Prevention Program

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AJFR 2007 Mike Moberly.JPG