Tammy Hrab

Communications Coordinator
Member for:
6 years 14 weeks

Tammy moved to Fort St. John in the summer of 2004 with her family.  She immediately fell in love with the town and surrounding landscape.  Since then, she has been involved in various groups and activities in the area.  With Tammy’s background in Customer Service, discovering ways to help people with their questions and needs comes second nature.  Tammy has a strong commitment to the vision of NEAT and she is determined to be a valuable addition to the team.

NEAT News

50 Shades of Green Challenge #10

Host a White Elephant Gift Exchange

Here is our next challenge for you and this one is actually fun.  ‘Tis the season for people to gather together with family and friends.  What do you do when you gather with these people?  Sometimes, you are...

Country Treasures

There is a small community that is about 1 hour outside of Fort St. John in BC.  It is an agricultural area with some like-minded residents.  We heard a rumour that there was a community share shed and decided to go find it and check it out.

One woman decided that a share...

Waste Reduction Week

Waste Reduction Week is a great time to go back to the basics and focus on the R's:  Rethink, Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, and finally Recycle.  When you focus on the small things and build on that, you can really make a difference. 

We all talk about recycling. ...

50 Shades of Green

NEAT and Prrrdy want to challenge you to be as green as you can be. We will be providing you with a challenge on Tuesday of each week for the next year.  Share you success with us on our NEAT Facebook page.  By...

Temporary Disruption

Please be advised: In order to better serve the residents of Northeastern BC, we are upgrading the server for our websites neat.ca and prrrdy.com. During this process, it has effected our email system. They are working on the problem and hope to have the issue resolved soon. In the meantime,...

Packaging and Printed Paper Recycling Available in Fort Nelson through Multi-Material BC

As part of a province-wide launch on May 19th, packaging and printed paper is now accepted at Wide Sky Disposal Ltd. in Fort Nelson for recycling.  Instead of holding onto recyclable materials for a month while waiting for a round-up, residents of Fort Nelson can now take their recycling...

Are You Water-Wise?

From Buckets to Toilets

We’ve come a long way from the days when ancient communities devised systems involving terra cotta pipes that collected, transported, and ultimately deposited human waste into a waterway such as a river, lake, or ocean....

New Faces of NEAT

Due to various circumstances from babies to moving, NEAT has new faces around the north.  Join us in welcoming Shana Labatch in Dawson Creek, Susan McGarvey in Fort St. John, and Jacquie Johnston in Fort Nelson.  We are also lucky to...

Position filled NEAT has a Summer Student Position

Will you be home for the summer and you want to do something that will make a difference?  Join NEAT for the summer and help us as an Environmental Education Outreach Facilitator.  This is a position that will give you a variety of job experiences to take with you when you go back to...

Position Filled Fort St. John

Have you always wanted to have an impact on your community?  Do you enjoy working with people?  Would you like to go home at night knowing that you had a hand at making Fort St. John a better place? NEAT has the perfect position for you.

We need an Eco-Advisor. This is a 21-...