Assist. Negotiator: Ronald J. Frank

Ronald Frank is a Professional Forester who was born, raised and lived on Vancouver Island for most of his life.

Ronald has a long history of working with government, industry and for the last 25 years in forestry with First Nation Communities in Coastal British Columbia.

For the past 16 years Ronald has assisted First Nations in the Treaty Process, most recently as co-negotiator for the Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Che:k’tles7et’h’ First Nation and technical support to the Maa-Nulth Treaty Society who ratified a Final Agreement in October 2007.

Ronald is currently working with the K’ómoks First Nation Treaty team, with local Forest Certification groups and with the Vancouver Island Region Wildlife Management Society.

Ronald has instructed courses in silviculture, road deactivation, forest soils and several forest management topics.

Ronald has a Masters Degree in Soils Science and a Bachelors degree in Forestry with the University of British Columbia.

Ron currently practices Professional Forestry and lives in Courtenay.

Ronald J. Frank, R.P.F.
#4-145-19th St. Courtenay B.C. V9N 9G2

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