Trust seeks advisory committee members

Residents interested in providing advice to the Columbia Basin Trust on delivering benefits to the region are invited to apply for volunteer positions on the Trust’s core social, economic and environmental advisory committees.

Residents interested in providing advice to the Columbia Basin Trust on delivering benefits to the region are invited to apply for volunteer positions on the Trust’s core social, economic and environmental advisory committees. The application deadline is May 20.

“We rely on our advisory committee members for their community perspective, as well as their experience in their area of expertise,” said Neil Muth, Trust president and CEO. “Committee members play an important role in providing us strategic advice on our activities and priorities.”

Committee members provide input according to the vision and principles outlined in the Columbia Basin Management Plan.

For more information visit cbt.org/committees.

The Trust also invites youth to apply to both the core committees and its youth advisory committee, which has separate recruitment processes and timelines. Visit scratchonline.ca/aboutus/application for more.