David Crampton

last updated 3/9/2018

David Crampton

President at Three Rivers Resources

Location:
2000 1066 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

General Information

Experience

Teacher - UBC

Lieutenant - Three Rivers Fire Department

Affiliations

Co-Chair - Kaska Dena Council

Board Member - Kwadacha

Recent News  

Three Rivers Resources | Leadership Team

David Crampton
President David is a professional forester by background, with a strong focus on achieving balance between sustainability and commercialization in natural resource management. Prior to co-founding Three Rivers Resources, David worked for the BC Ministry of Forests for sixteen years, where he was instrumental to advancing new techniques in silviculture and sustainable forest management. He also taught at the University of British Columbia, Selkirk College and the Silviculture Institute, sharing his expertise on a wide range of subjects, including the development and application of new silvicultural systems for managing BC's forests. Early in his career, David recognized emerging opportunities for BC's First Nations to exercise greater influence and control of forest land management within their traditional territories; and, with it, prospects for long term, sustained economic development-and jobs-for First Nation peoples in their communities. For over twenty years, he has worked with First Nation organizations and communities to help realize this goal-developing deeply rooted relationships of mutual trust and commitment that remain active to the present day. As CEO of three First Nation companies that manage natural resources within their traditional territories, David has helped to secure forest tenures and the management of those tenures, as well as providing mentorship for First Nation individuals. He has been a lead negotiator for the Kaska First Nations on both Treaty and the new Strategic Engagement Agreements. Currently, David is Co-Chair of the Kaska Forestry Task Force, established by BC's Minister of Forests in November 2014, which led to the achievement of bridging tenure in the Mackenzie TSA in 2016. He also is leading negotiations for two other tenures for the Kaska Dena in northern BC.

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Our Work | First Nation Partnerships

Three Rivers Resources is successfully implementing this business model through the Kaska Forestry Task Force, established by BC's Minister of Forests in November 2014 and co-chaired by our company president David Crampton.

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http://www.threeriversresources.com/leadership/

David Crampton
President David is a professional forester by background, with a strong focus on achieving balance between sustainability and commercialization in natural resource management. Prior to co-founding Three Rivers Resources, David worked for the BC Ministry of Forests for sixteen years, where he was instrumental to advancing new techniques in silviculture and sustainable forest management. He also taught at the University of British Columbia, Selkirk College and the Silviculture Institute, sharing his expertise on a wide range of subjects, including the development and application of new silvicultural systems for managing BC's forests. Early in his career, David recognized emerging opportunities for BC's First Nations to exercise greater influence and control of forest land management within their traditional territories; and, with it, prospects for long term, sustained economic development-and jobs-for First Nation peoples in their communities. For over twenty years, he has worked with First Nation organizations and communities to help realize this goal-developing deeply rooted relationships of mutual trust and commitment that remain active to the present day. As CEO of three First Nation companies that manage natural resources within their traditional territories, David has helped to secure forest tenures and the management of those tenures, as well as providing mentorship for First Nation individuals. He has been a lead negotiator for the Kaska First Nations on both Treaty and the new Strategic Engagement Agreements. Currently, David is Co-Chair of the Kaska Forestry Task Force, established by BC's Minister of Forests in November 2014, which led to the achievement of bridging tenure in the Mackenzie TSA in 2016. He also is leading negotiations for two other tenures for the Kaska Dena in northern BC.

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