We plant, cultivate and harvest our important and renewable resource into wood and paper products that are central in our lives every day.
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As the end of the year approaches, we extend special thanks and appreciation to all the contractors and businesses in the industry. Your hard work is important, and we look forward to connecting and supporting you in 2023. We wish you and yours a happy and safe holiday season!
Nova Scotia Power will be using more sustainably harvested biomass over the next three years under a new renewable electricity standard.
The FSC is an industry-led organization, born from the voice of industry need. We receive core funding from the province, but industry support is required to operationalize our Strategic Plan, which is designed to strengthen the industry’s workforce.
The Province is committed to growing the population to two million by 2060 by attracting and retaining people who will help meet Nova Scotia’s labour market needs.
There is still time to register for our fall workshops! We are hosting three sessions across the province -- a casual evening of food, networking and information.
We hope your families, staff, and communities are safe and able to return to some kind of normal since feeling the devastating impacts of Hurricane Fiona. Our people come together in crisis, and we are strong and resilient. Remember to express your appreciation for extra efforts made by your employees.
James Leggate and Christina Millar are silviculture contractors and have a 243-hectare (600-acre) woodlot. They have done several silvicultural treatments on the property, including tree planting, appropriate selection-harvest methods, commercial thinning and pre-commercial thinning.