Working Woodlot Program AGM
(April 26, 2014)
Guest Speaker: Dr. Robert Johns
Topic: Ecology & Management of Spruce Budworm in Atlantic Canada
Guest Speaker: Charles Thériault
Topic: Is Our Forest Really Ours!
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Tree Planters Wanted!
We are actively seeking tree planters for the 2014 planting season, starting in May. Successful applicants must have your own vehicle and be able to pick up seedlings at the SNB office. Please send your resume and contact info ASAP to Mike Millican at email@example.com.
LET'S STOP THE MARCH MADNESS!
You can make a difference and we need to all stand tall together on these issues. Any private woodlot owner's that would like to have a draft/sample letter prepared for them to send to their MLA voicing their concerns (re. New Foresty Plan or other issues), please contact SNB (email Pam Folkins @ firstname.lastname@example.org) and we would be glad to help you out. Please provide your name, mailing address, phone number, email address and topic/issue of concern and we'll assist you in the development process.
Our Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Department can provide you with the technical and financial assistance you need to perform a wide variety silvicultural treatments on your private woodlot.
The Land Management Services (LMS) Program was initially designed for non-resident woodlot owners, but we have found that as many or more resident owners are participating in the program.
Wood Products Markets
Check out our complete listing of all of our current markets for all of your hardwood and softwood wood products. This information is updated daily, so check back regularly to find out the latest prices and to ensure the mill is taking your products before you start cutting them.
NTFP's & Land Stewardship Activities
SNB has diversified its services offered to woodlot owners over the past several years, offering variety of non-timber forest product and land stewardship related activities and projects.