Attention Nova Scotia woodland owners! Each year the Department of Lands and Forestry chooses a winner in each of the Western, Central and Eastern Regions of the province. From those regional winners, one will be chosen as the overall provincial winner. This is an award which is well deserved by the recipients, and reflects the goals, objectives and actions of progressive woodland owners. Please take the time to nominate someone whom you know would be a worthy recipient of this award. Just follow the link below!novascotia.ca/natr/woodlot/woya/applications.asp?fbclid=IwAR2DPF12KdIEyLGYT0foX0eha7Eo-9DZVN0Ksfj...... See MoreSee Less
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Cape Breton Privateland Partnership provided the oversight on this nice black spruce commercial thinning completed on private land by Unama'ki Institute of Natural Resources (UINR) in Caribou Marsh. ... See MoreSee Less
As the Province of Nova Scotia moves towards engaging private woodland owners and improving the stewardship of our forests, the Department of Lands and Forestry has developed a woodland owner survey. The survey will provide guidance in the development of future programs and services.Please take some time to complete the survey. All answers will be confidential, and those who complete the survey will be entered in a draw for $50.Your view and perspectives are important! To participate, please visit: www.novascotia.ca/woodland-owner-survey... See MoreSee Less