Giving back to forests

Growing up half my life on the sugar bush-covered St. Joseph’s Island, Ontario and the other half in the heart of the log-driven Ottawa Valley, drilled into my entire being were the benefits of forests and the importance of protecting them. I had spent my childhood exploring the bush, four-wheeling, hiking and [trying] to climb the biggest trees. Eventually I knew that I wanted to work in an industry that would allow me to give back to forests what they have given to me (and continue to). I took the 2-year Forest Technician Diploma Program at Algonquin College (Pembroke, ON). This was an amazing introduction to what forestry is all about and we were fortunate enough to spend about 30% of th

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