Association for Sustainable Forestry is delivering over $3-million in Forestry Transition Funding during 2020 and 2021 for private woodland silviculture in Nova Scotia. Fundable forestry treatments include: • Tree Planting • Manual Competition Control • Pre-Commercial Thinning • Commercial Thinning • Crop Tree Release and Pruning • Selection (Uneven-aged) Management
It’s easy to apply for funding! Simply visit the ASF website (www.asforestry.com) and click the Online Request Form under the FORMS tab. Complete the request Form and click Send. We’ll then contact you for further information. Or, if you prefer, print out the PDF Request Form and scan, fax or mail it in. We hope to hear from you! ... See MoreSee Less
The forestry transition fund announced in December in the wake of the pending Northern Pulp mill closure will be be placed in trust. The provincial government made the announcement Wednesday, saying the forestry sector needs time to diversify and
A discussion with experts on the use of chemical injection and biocontrol with predatory insects to mitigate hemlock woolly adelgid.
February 20th 7-9pm at Best Western Plus in Bridgewater N.S.Please join us at the Best Western Plus in Bridgewater to hear specialists in their field speaking about chemical and biological control methods for Hemlock Woolly Adelgid on February 20, 2020 from 7:00-9:00 pm.
Chemical Control. Learning from ArborJet scientists about ImaJet trunk injections for saving hemlocks, the only Canadian-approved chemical presently available for low dose, targeted treatments against HWA. Speakers: Joseph Doccola, Director of Research and Development, ArborJet Inc. - Rob Gorden, Director, ArborJet Inc.
Biocontrol. Learn about biocontrol research and the search for native predators for HWA. Speaker: Jeffery Fidgen, Canadian Forest Service, Fredericton. ... See MoreSee Less
Opportunity coming up June 1-19 for those who may be interested in learning more about the Flora of Nova Scotia.Acadia's Flora of Nova Scotia Field Course is now open for registration! June 1-19. The course include field trips to amazing sites, and lessons about the Acadian Forest and its many species and ecosystems. The course is available to anyone (even non-students). Check out this ad for more information, and contact Alain Belliveau with any questions you may have! :) ... See MoreSee Less
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF CONVENIENT ONLINE REGISTRATION Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show takes place April 2-3, 2020 in Moncton, New Brunswick. Atlantic Heavy Equipment ShowONLINE REGISTRATION TAKE ADVANTAGE OF CONVENIENT ONLINE REGISTRATION Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show takes place April 2-3, 2020 in Moncton...