ABM Without Borders in August!
Pacific – Tuesday, August 4, 2020 – 9 am to 1 pm PDT – Focus on Business Opportunities in Reclamation
Central – Tuesday, August 11, 2020 – 9 am to 1 pm CDT – Focus on Employment and Training
Eastern – Tuesday, August 18, 2020 – 9 am to 1 pm EDT – Focus on Land Use Planning, Real Estate, Land Development
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Focus on Business Opportunities in Reclamation – August 4 – 9 am to 1 pm PDT
This Without Borders forum is focused on business opportunities in reclamation.
Because reclamation exits across all industry sectors from agriculture to engineering to greenhouse production, it is a worthy subject of investigation when it comes to potential growth.
For instance, NATS Nursery, a company already business matching in this Without Borders, is a privately owned native plant nursery growing over 250 species of native plants and utilizing over 140,000 sq. feet of greenhouse and cold frame space on a property spanning 30 acres in Langley, BC.
There have also been recent policy changes at the BC Oil and Gas Commission that make the use of native plants for reclamation mandatory. As pointed out by Katrina Elliot of Four Corners Management Consulting, creating the link between these two things could create many powerful opportunities, especially for Indigenous communities who often have a specific interest in the reclamation and maintenance of native flora.
In this instance, business opportunities in reclamation could include creating culturally-appropriate employment on the land, native plant assessments and seed harvests, growing of native plants in nurseries, the storage of native plant species, and many others.
Greenhouse projects can be developed in varying sizes. Connect at this event to find out what opportunities exist for communities and entrepreneurs.
“I find this conversation really exciting because it helps to highlight an increasingly important version of capitalism and financial freedom that doesn’t involve the demolition of Indigenous culture or exploitation of Indigenous lands. In fact, this version of capitalism could even participate in the active healing of already-exploited land, such as the planting of native flora within forested cut blocks alongside forestry seedlings. ”
- Katrin Harry, Managing Partner: email@example.com or 604-483-6421
- Beth Harry, Member Engagement Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-414-8126
Key Dates – Pacific
Super Early Bird expires June 4, 2020.
Early Bird expires July 4, 2020.
Payment deadline is July 28, 2020.
Key Dates – Central
Super Early Bird expires June 11, 2020.
Early Bird expires July 11, 2020.
Payment deadline is August 4, 2020.
Key Dates – Eastern
Super Early Bird expires June 18, 2020.
Early Bird expires July 18, 2020.
Payment deadline is August 11, 2020.
Please note the payment due date is not a registration deadline. On the day of the payment deadline, we remove all inactive or unpaid accounts from the event. Provided your application is approved, we will accept new registrations into the online event. Payment and active business matching is required immediately.