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Prosperity Through Unity Research Project

Healing the Land – An Elders Prospective

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Project Components

  • Prosperity Through Unity Reclamation Trial Plots – Treatments
  • Healing the Land – An Elders Perspective
  • Pre-site / Post-site Assessment Process
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Reclamation Trial Plots

  • 10 sites with range of soil types and moisture regimes
  • 20m x 20m treatment plots, including:

- Ripping (Excavator)

- Ripping with Woodchip Mulch

- Ripping with Woodchips Mixed in

- Untreated with Woodchip Mulch

- Untreated with Brushmats

- Untreated (control)

  • Trees & Shrubs, including

- White Spruce, Black Spruce, Lodgepole Pine, Western Larch (Tamarack)

- Willow, Aspen, Hybrid Poplar, Elderberry, Red-Osier Dogwood, and Rose.

  • Other select species and techniques will be implemented from the Healing the Land – An Elders Perspective site visits
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Trial Plot Treatments

Rip

Untreated - Mulch

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Trial Plot Treatments

Rip + Mulch

Rip + Mulch Mixed

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Trial Plot Treatments

Untreated - Brushmats

Untreated (Control)

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Trial Plot Treatments

Sx & Pl on Mulch

Sx & Pl on Rip + Mulch

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Trial Plot Treatments

Sx & Pl on Untreated

With Brushmats

Rose on Untreated

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Healing the Land – An Elders Perspective

  • Monashee Resources and the Aboriginal Groups in the Peace region have been and will continue to complete site visits of the reclamation trial plots and other reclaimed well-sites in their traditional areas.
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Healing the Land – An Elders Perspective

  • The objective of these visits is to examine alternative reclamation techniques that create sites that reflect their traditional knowledge, traditional activities, and/ or creates sites that are usable to the community. This can be achieved with little or no impact on current processes.
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Healing the Land – An Elders Perspective

  • Currently discussed treatments include: reforestation, creating wildlife habitat, planting native medicinal plants, planting native plants important to the community, planting berries, planting commercial crops, and restoring the site to what was originally there.
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Healing the Land – An Elders Perspective

  • Once the site visits are completed, Monashee will take some of the most common ideas and look at potential techniques to implement the ideas into the reclamation process.
  • These techniques will be tried on the appropriate reclamation trial plots based ecological factors and site conditions.
  • As for restoring the site to what was originally there, this process will be evaluated through our Pre-site/Post-site Assessment Process.
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Pre-site/Post-site Assessments

  • The most feasible method to restore a sites productivity, ecological factors, and consequently the vegetation that was originally there is through a pre-site post sites assessment
  • By determining soil horizon depths, LFH (topsoil) depths, compaction hazard, etc. A plan for stripping and restoring the important layers can be developed
  • This will help alleviate many of the problems that lead to a loss of productivity.
  • This is proven through the ALR schedule A & B site assessments, which are used during construction and reclamation to restore original site conditions
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Pre-Site

Post-Site

Reforestation

Wildlife Habitat

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Pre-site/Post-site Assessment Process

  • Pre-site assessment (before construction)
  • Develop construction and reclamation plans
  • Site construction
  • Post-construction assessment (after construction)
  • Development/Drilling (Producer = end of process/ Duster = Abandonment)
  • Post – site assessment (before reclamation) & Reclamation prescription
  • Reclamation
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Pre-Site

Assessment

Ecological Conditions

&

Traditional Knowledge

Data Collection

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Construction &

Reclamation Plans

Plans to Facilitate End

Land-Uses are Made

Including First Nations

Concerns &

Recommendations

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Site Construction

Site Constructed

Following Plans and

First Nations Concerns

& Recommendations

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Post-Construction

Assessment

Site Constructed

Following Plans and

First Nations Concerns

& Recommendations

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Development

(Drilling, etc.)

Site Developed (Drilling)

(Producer = End Process)

(Duster = Abandonment)

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Post - Site

Assessment

&

Reclamation

Prescription

Ecological Conditions

Re-examined ,

Compared to Original

Site Conditions

&

Treatments Prescribed

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Reclamation

Soil Restoration

Reclamation Carried Out

Following the Prescription

Planting

(trees/shrubs)

Seeding & Fertilizing

(plants/berries)

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Contact Info

Sam Bell

Operations Manager

Korey Green

Land and Environmental Manager

Monashee Resources Ltd1533-109th AvenueDawson Creek, BCV1G 2V3Phone: 250-782-7472Fax :    250-782-7488Cell:     250-784-8999Email:  [email protected] www.monasheeresources.com

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