Our Winter 2013 issue has a great collection of articles including an honest and reflective account of one man's career in tropical forestry, not withholding the regrets and mistakes that shaped it, a look at biochar application on forest stands in Ontario and the implications and opportunities of the work being done in the field, regional reports from across the country detailing upcoming conferences, initiatives and forest health concerns, as well as a new column dedicated to celebrating the incredible capabilities and skills that are uniquely forged through the experience of working in the bush, and the interesting and diverse places those skills have led to.
Thank you once again to our contributors.
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ColumnsA tree planting misadventure
Planting for Pemba
Safety in Business
Silvicultural operations for the endangered whitebark pine
The ultimate tree planting shovel
First Nations Forestry Council supports communities and silviculture through business and training
International Forestry Students Association- An introduction
Ontario Forestry Association Will Explore ‘Our Working Forest’ for 64th Annual Conference
Jack Pine and June Bugs – A Deadly Combination in Saskatchewan!
WSCA 2013 annual conference to fathom forest restoration