ABCFP kicks-offs their conference with substance and style

February 6, 2020
Category: Today's Takeaway

The Association of BC Forest Professionals kicked-off its AGM with panels on old-growth management, herbicide use and the role of community leaders in the future of forest management.

In other Business news: the US duty decision is cold comfort for Canada’s lumber producers, who press-on for free trade; the BC government is poised to intervene in the eight-month long forestry strike, after the mediator’s bolt and the opposition Liberals opine; the Nova Scotia government is still reeling from its Northern Pulp decision; and Canada’s forest sector embraces nature-based solutions to fight climate change.

Finally, the oldest wooden structure ever discovered—a 7,000 year-old well. 

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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