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Natural Disasters! Can forestry rebound?

September 7, 2022

Natural Disasters! Can forestry rebound? BOOM! – At precisely 8:32 a.m. PDT on May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helen’s, a volcanic peak in southwestern Washington state, suffers a massive eruption devastating some 210 square miles of wilderness. The aftermath is astounding. The land where native forests proudly stood moments ago

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Project Learning Tree Canada

February 3, 2021

Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada) believes in a society that values and benefits from sustainably managed forests and the great outdoors. We are committed to using trees and forests as windows on the world to inspire action and grow future forest and conservation leaders. Our environmental education and professional

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Ontario Lumber Manufacturers Agency

February 3, 2021

The Ontario Lumber Manufacturers Agency is an independently owned, fully bilingual agency offering lumber grading and/or stamping services to our licensed facilities and individuals for the last 50 years. We are an accredited agency of the Canadian Lumber Standards Accreditation Board (CLSAB) and the American Lumber Standard Committee, Inc. (ALSC),

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Lakehead University

December 6, 2020

University can be about getting a world-class education while having the experience of a lifetime. At Lakehead University, expand your horizon and start your journey at a university that is far from ordinary. With two campus locations in Thunder Bay and Orillia, Ontario, we offer you a personal campus experience

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University of Toronto

December 5, 2020

Our pioneering Master of Forest Conservation (MFC) program will enable you to make a difference by entering into professions responsible for the policies and practices that have a profound impact on all living organisms and on the sustainability of human social and economic systems; work that is crucial to society

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Algonquin College

December 4, 2020

The Pembroke Campus of Algonquin College is situated on the beautiful Ottawa River. Pembroke is a small, vibrant city renowned as “the heart of the Ottawa Valley.” Our waterfront campus allows you to make biking, snowmobiling, kayaking, and other outdoor activities part of your program or a daily campus experience.

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Canadian Wood Council

December 3, 2020

Every 6 minutes our forests grow enough wood to build an 18-storey apartment building. Advanced engineered wood materials and sophisticated fabrication technologies are re-shaping the ways buildings are planned, designed, and constructed. These advances in wood construction technology are also facilitating increasingly larger, and taller, wood structures that will change

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