Frost Lake Logging is very active in both the Ft. St. James and Prince George Communities, Scott Kirschke, owner of Frost Lake Logging, is the Executive Director of the Central Interior Logging Association where he plays an active role in promoting sustainable forest management; lobbies with all levels of government, its agencies and the corporate sector for regulatory and legislative changes that will benefit the log harvest sector.
Frost Lake Logging actively participates as Team Frosted Flakes and raises money for the Canadian Cancer Society - Relay for Life. www.cancer.ca
In Ft. St. James FLL has become well known for being corporate sponsors of Local Fishing Derbies, Dog Sled races, and donators for many other local events.
We at FLL have strived to create jobs for locals in both Ft. St. James & Prince George, each year we hire and train approx. 20 people in all types of positions.
Our commitment to building strong relationships with the First Nations communities continues to be a success - Frost Lake Logging has partnered with the Yekooche First Nation and created Ruby Rock Resources, a paramount multi-phase project engineering and forestry consulting company that has optimal and effective solutions to solve land base issues no matter the size or complexity of the project. To learn more about Ruby Rock Resources please go to www.rubyrock.ca
Frost Lake was involved in a joint venture partnership with the Peerless Lake and Trout Lake First Nation communities to complete a 95km natural gas pipeline right of way for Pioneer Natural Resources Canada Ltd. The scope of the work included logging and hauling, clearing and debris disposal on the pipeline right of way, as well as compressor sites and well lease areas. With the help of our First Nation partners providing labour and various equipment needs in conjunction with Frost Lake’s project management, the job was completed ahead of schedule.
FLL is also a member of the Chamber of commerce for the last 15 years.