Canadian Forest Service Publications
Great Lakes Forestry Centre e-Bulletin. Issue 7, Winter 2009. 4p.
Issued by: Great Lakes Forestry Centre
Catalog ID: 35091
Availability: PDF (download)
Logging slash provides nutrients for future forest growth: Nutrients from leftover logging slash are part of the recipe for healthy forests. Defined as the woody and leafy debris left behind after an area is logged, slash provides nutrients that will be available for future forest growth.
Short-rotation woody crops field day and exhibition: Staff from the Great Lakes Forestry Centre and the Canadian Wood Fibre Centre (CWFC) co-hosted a two day event showcasing high-yield afforestation and concentrated ( short rotation coppice) biomass for bioenergy and bioproducts on November 5th and 6th in Claremont, Ontario.
2008 Forest Pest Management Forum: Pest management Forum was held December 2 to 4, 2008 in Gatineau, Quebec and featured national and international experts on both native and invasive species in Canada.
John Dedes receives Pellikan Award for commitment to National Science & Technology Week Events: John Dedes receives Pellikan Award for commitment to National Science & Technology Week Events.
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Also available under the title:
Centre de foresterie des Grands Lacs Bulletin-é. No.7, hiver 2009. (French)