200-1120 Premier Way
Thunder Bay Ontario P7B 0A3
Phone (807) 627-5135
Fax (807) 343-6424

Agoke Development Corporation

In March 2015, Aroland First Nation, Eabametoong First Nation and Marten Falls First Nation signed a co-operation agreement to work together on forest management and business ventures.  This led to the establishment of the Agoke Development Limited Partnership. The Agoke Development Limited Partnership (ADLP), which was incorporated in September 2015, is equally owned by all three First Nations and is designed as a vehicle to separate business from politics and to pursue forest management. Read More


The Ogoki Forest

Located 400 km northeast of Thunder Bay, the Ogoki Forest has rugged uplands and lowlands, it’s home to woodland caribou, wolverine, marten, and hundreds of other wildlife species. It has many different types of trees like spruce, pine, fir and poplar.  Community members from Aroland, Eabametoong and Marten Falls have inhabited these lands since time immemorial.  Now the First Nations share a common vision of resource development where people, forests, species and businesses thrive.  In March 2018, Agoke signed a ground-breaking forestry agreement with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) to take on forest management of the Ogoki Forest. Read More