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Fall 2013
October
Summer 2013
July
Spring 2013
April
Winter 2013
January
Fall 2012
October
Summer 2012
June
Spring 2012
March
Fall 2011
October
Summer 2011
July
Spring 2011
May
Fall 2010
November
  • Mountain Pine Beetle in BC
  • Lodgepole Pine in BC
  • Managing Mountain Pine Beetle in Alberta
  • Western White Pine's New Century
Winter 2010
February
Fall 2009
November
Spring 2009
May
  • Fuelbreaks
  • Managing Risk & Complexity
  • Re-growing Soil
  • Fertilizer & Pesticide Use
  • Reforesting Pest & Fire Areas
Fall 2008
November
  • Growing Wood Fibre for Energy
  • MPB Targets America
  • Forests & Biofuel Production
Summer 2008
August
  • Linking Silviculture To Watershed Management
  • The Emerging Use of Willow
  • Western Climate Initiative
  • Aboriginal Silviculture
Spring 2008
May
  • Carbon & Nutrient Cycling
  • Global Carbon Markets
  • Trees For Change
  • Secondary Structure
Winter 2008
February
  • Getting Tree Planting Fit
  • Tree Improvement
  • Tree Seed Centers
  • Inexpensive Regeneration
Fall 2007
November
  • The Haida Gwaii Climate Forest Restoration
  • Adaptive Forest Management in Newfoundland & Labrador
  • Ecosystem Management
  • Forest Nursery Development
Summer 2007
August
  • Land Usese Planning
  • Somatic Embryogenesis Technology
  • Stock Handling Innovations
  • Adaptive Forest Management in BC
Spring 2007
May
  • Benchmarking Healthy Ecosystems
  • Use and Utility of Forest Biomass
  • Crop Tree Spot Selection
  • Adaptive Forest Management in Quebec
Winter 2007
February
  • MPB Invasion of Boreal Forests
  • Management of White Pine
  • Biomass Forest Management
Fall 2006
November
  • Managing Forest Carbon
  • Silviculture & Climate Change
  • More Than Timber
  • Adaptive Forest Management
Summer 2006
August
  • Shrinking Capacity
  • New Tool For Integrated Water Quality Management
  • Integrated Vegetation Management
Spring 2006
May
  • Exporting Canadian Expertise
  • Ground Seeding
  • Stock Handling
Winter 2006
February
  • Use and Utility of Forest Biomass
  • Silviculture Initiatives in the National Forest Strategy
  • Biomass Energy Production
Fall 2005
November
  • Managing MPB in Canada's National Parks
  • Thinning as a Restoration Tool
  • F and H Layer planting
Summer 2005
August
  • Site Preparation Equipment Review
  • Carbon & Fores t Ecosystem Management
Spring 2005
May
  • Recent Developments in Silviculture
  • Aerial & Satellite Imaging Surveys
  • Aerial Seeding
Winter 2005
February
  • FSC & Plantations
  • Natural Disasters Affecting Forest Land
  • Fuel Reduction & Ecological Restoration
Fall 2004
November
  • Aboriginal Silviculture
  • Commercial Thinning
  • Boreal Conservation
Summer 2004
August
  • Preventing & Managing Forest Fires
  • History of Canadian Tree Planting Tools
  • Ecosystem Approach to Climate Change
Spring 2004
May
  • Ecosystem Management
  • Fertilization for Planted Seedlings
  • Integrated Landscape Management
Winter 2004
February
  • Bioenergy
  • Silviculture Contracting Within SFM
  • New Silviculture in New Brunswick
Fall 2003
October
  • Canada's Forestry Sector & The Bioeconomy
  • Forest Hydrology
  • World Forest Congress
Summer 2003
August
  • Site preparation
  • Aerial fertilizing
  • Wild tree seed collection
Spring 2003
May
  • Pre-commercial thinning
  • Swedish lessons
  • Preventing tree planting injuries
Winter 2003
February
  • Dothistroma
  • Australian & U.S. Silviculture
  • Forest Health
  • Carbon credits & Afforestation
Fall 2002
November
  • Commercial Thinning
  • Carbon Credits
  • Watershed Restoration
  • Browse Protection
Summer 2002
August
  • Stocking standards
  • Threat of wildfire
  • Focus on Safety
  • Forest regeneration
Summer 1997
August
  • From the ground up: Site preparation and soil rehabilitation
  • BC jobs and timber accord reviewed
Spring 1997
May
  • Planting spot selection for successful regeneration
  • Planning for sustainable harvest levels in BC
  • Western Silviculture Conference round-up
Winter 1997
February
  • Thinning & selective cut: cross-country check-up
  • Stumped: Armillaria root disease
  • Bill 12 threatens BC’s silviculture industry
Fall 1996
November
  • Sheep grazing for silviculture
  • Mechanical site preparation in BC and Ontario
  • Swedish silviculture trends
Summer 1996
August
  • Historical forest restoration in Ontario
  • Watershed restoration in the Pacific Northwest
  • Silviculture employment standards in BC
Spring 1996
May
  • Nursery industry trends across Canada
  • Effects of rough handling on early seedling performance
  • Western silviculture conference round-up
Winter 1996
January
  • Commercial thinning: Balancing volume and value
  • Sheep grazers left out in the cold
  • Conservation of Northern forests conference
Fall 1995
November
  • Latest fallout in the silviculture industry
  • New Yukon forestry agreement
  • Uncontrolled burns singe Ontario
Summer 1995
August
  • Early pruning of Douglas Fir
  • More Swedish root snarls
  • Petter’s 2020 for BC forests
Winter 1995
February
  • Treeplanter’s death raises ATV safety questions
  • Questioning Ontario’s sustainable forestry act
  • Integrated vegetation management
Fall 1994
November
  • Forest tending in Eastern Canada and Europe
  • Stabilizing silviculture in New Brunswick
  • The future of clearcutting in Canada
Winter 1994
February
  • Ecosystem silviculture
  • Soil degradation guidelines for mechanical site preparation
  • Alberta silviculture tour
Summer 1993
August
  • Questioning Ontario’s interim silviculture strategy
  • PEI’s FRDA is first on the chopping block
  • More makework = less silviculture in BC forests
WSCA Fall/ Winter 1992
November
  • Carbon sink silviculture
  • Planting on the coast
  • Future silviculture markets
  • Timber supply analysis
WSCA Summer 1992
August
  • Silviculture derailed?
  • MOF 5 Year Forest Plan
  • Wild tree Committee
  • Ontario MNR cutbacks
WSCA Winter 1992
February
  • Native forestry
  • WSCA role
  • Continuing forestry studies
  • Contracting game
WSCA Summer 1991
August
  • Strategy for human resources
  • Contractor/ manager relations
  • Auditor general's report
  • Pesticide roundup
WSCA Winter 1991
February
  • Silviculture = jobs tomorrow
  • FRDA media wars
  • Microsite selection
  • Corrections branch training
WSCA Fall 1990
November
  • 1991 tree planting market
  • Transportation safety
  • Employment in silviculture
  • Sustainable development
WSCA Winter 1990
February
  • MOF contracts for the 90's
  • Herbicide subsidies
  • Ergonomics of tree planting
  • FRDA reports
WSCA Fall 1989
November
  • Economics of tree planting
  • Bid price trends
  • Toxicity Roundup
  • Firefighting regulations
WSCA Spring 1989
May
  • FRDA funding
  • Contractor checking
  • Native forestry needed
  • Stashing
WSCA Winter 1989
February
  • Employment standards
  • WSCA study
  • Quality and payment
  • Fungacides
WSCA Spring 1988
May
  • Silviculture dimensions
  • R.I.P. A.T.V.
  • Employment standards
  • No-payment follies
WSCA Winter 1988
February
  • Reforestation transformation
  • Forest policy update
  • CFS Tree planter study
  • Bill 70 summary
WSCA Fall 1987
November
  • Free growing guarantees
  • Ergonomics
  • Job creation
  • National forest strategy
WSCA Spring 1987
May
  • Seedling stress
  • BC stewardship options
  • Effects of spacing on yield
  • Management of forests
WSCA Winter 1987
February
  • MOFL reorganization
  • PRWA referral service
  • Training update
  • Stewardship
WSCA Fall 1986
November
  • Camp Standards
  • Fire & Insurance
  • The Training Puzzle
  • Variable Security Deposits
WSCA April 1986
April
  • Minutes of annual general meeting
  • Report on the progress of the 1st Meeting of the Okanagan Regional Chapter of the WSCA
  • Reshaping forest policy in British Columbia
WSCA Fall 1985
November
  • New checking system
  • Woodshock "You can't see the forest without the trees"
  • Establishing qualifying standards
WSCA Summer 1985
August
  • Forest and range resource analysis
  • State of the forest industry
  • Priorities and new developments in silviculture
  • Economic survival

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