Fresh cut logs are stacked after being harvested by loggers near Youbou, B.C. Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015. (THE CANADIAN PRESS / Jonathan Hayward)
Nova Scotians are sometimes negative towards necessary, commonly accepted and approved forest sustainability practices. In the press there appears to be a persistent anti-forestry-resource-management bias.
If the growing lake-cottage community finds a lake becoming stagnant, a drone is sent up to find a clear cut and some will forever believe that is the cause.
Earlier this month, I joined other industry people from across Canada at a UBC Faculty of Forestry site in BC.
UBC has record undergraduate enrolment in their forestry faculty, whereas, in Nova Scotia, interest in a forestry career can be unfairly maligned. read more >>