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25th Annual Kawartha Woodlot Conference

Category
Stewardship
Date
Saturday, February 10, 2018 08:30 AM - 03:30 PM
Venue
Fleming College - 200 Albert St S, Lindsay, ON K9V 5E6
Telephone
705-328-2271 ext. 240
Email
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Saturday February 10, 2018, Fleming College, Lindsay

HEALTHY FOREST – HEALTHY COMMUNITY

8:30 am    Registration Networking View Exhibits

9:00 Welcome & Opening Remarks (Room 250 Glenn Crombie Theatre)
Eleanor Reed, President, Kawartha Chapter, OWA
Scott Davis & Tom Mikel, Fleming College

9:15-10    Climate Change and the Environmental Bill of Rights
Ellen Schwartzel, Deputy Commissioner to the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario

10-10:45 Trade Show    

10:45-11:45 Workshops: (choose one)

1. Benefits of maintaining a forest plan over time
David and Jessica Foote, Lunar Rhythm Gardens

2. Forest genetics and adaptations to tree planting and seed collecting
Melissa Spearing, Forest Genetics Conservation Association

3. Opportunities for woodlot owners in carbon markets
Kerry McLaven, Forests Ontario

4. Tips and tricks for establishing butternuts
Richard Raper, Professional Forester

5. The Role of Woodlots in Ontario Environmental Strategies
Dr. Warren Mabee, Canada Research Chair in Renewable Energy
Development and Implementation Director, Queen's Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy
    
11:45- 1:00 LUNCH – cafeteria (tradeshow open)

1:00-2:00 Workshops: Afternoon (see above, choose one)    
    
2:00-2:45 Fun in Your Neighbourwood
Jacob Rodenburg, Camp Kawartha

2:45-3:30 Tradeshow

 
 

All Dates

  • Saturday, February 10, 2018 08:30 AM

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