Forestry makes a science-based case for harvesting
Caron likes to compare forests to people — they're constantly
changing. With more than 20 years in the forestry industry, the
industry advisor for FP Innovations in Kenora should know.
this isn't something everybody knows, according to Caron, and he
thinks this is where a lot of opposition to the forestry industry
and Kenora’s mayor, Dave Canfield, are fighting back against what
they call bad science and advocating for the facts on forestry in
Frank Dottori knows he’s sticking his neck
out a bit in picking up an idled and bankrupt Hornepayne lumber mill.
With so much uncertainty looming this fall over
the outcome of the Canada-U.S. softwood lumber talks, it may be a
headscratcher as to why the semi-retired founder of Tembec went ou...
The log yard is filled with two months’
worth of inventory and activity is humming at Columbia Forest
Products’ veneer plant, east of North Bay.After being mothballed for five years,
operations at the hardwood veneer mill in Rutherglen resumed April 18
running one shift of 52 employees.Without ...
Building the Bioeconomy
– Combatting Climate Change is this year’s theme for the first Biomass North annual
general meeting (AGM) and forum in North Bay.The event is
focused on moving the Canadian bioeconomy further along the value chain through
knowledge sharing, technology demonstrations, wor...
Neonicotinoids — a type of pesticide
used in agriculture and horticulture — have been implicated in
honeybee colony collapse, but one scientist doesn’t believe a full
ban on the pesticide is necessary, especially as it applies to
forestry.David Kreutzweiser, a research
scientist in the Forest ...