Forestry is part of New Brunswick. It’s ingrained in our people, our province, and our economy. We do so much with this resource and we’re sharing the impact it’s having every day, in the lives of New Brunswickers.
Congratulations to Adam Douthwright from Tide Head for earning the $1000 Forest NB Ernie Strickland Scholarship for the 2017-2018 academic year. Adam is enrolled full time at St. Francis Xavier University, studying Education. Forest NB has awarded the Ernie Strickland Memorial Scholarship annually since 1998. Ernie Strickland, who passed away in 1996, was an instructor at the Maritime […]
The Atlantic Teachers Tour has been a long-standing initiative of forest sector partners with the goal of providing educators with an on the ground experience of forest management and to provide some real-world references and resources for lesson planning. The tour is made possible through the help of the provincial departments of natural resources, industry […]
Nearly 140 forestry professionals and industry stakeholders gathered at the Crowne Plaza March 1 for Forest NB’s 60th Annual General Meeting and Industry Forum. The event included networking opportunities, industry related discussions and topical presentations on the status of New Brunswick’s forest industry. Presentations addressed a number of sector-related topics including a workplace safety discussion […]
Forest NB members and industry stakeholders attended a carbon pricing workshop in Fredericton on Friday to explore options regarding a provincial carbon pricing model. Chris Walton from Arbora Management Services delivered a presentation describing Ontario’s implementation of their carbon taxation model in recent years. The meeting was called in anticipation of the carbon tax policy […]