While tree marking near Port Perry, we came across some interesting wildlife observations. 1/ a grouse nest with two wild turkey eggs! and 2/ a substantial midden.
Getting as much tree marking done before the blackflies, mosquitoes and the leaves arrive!🌿🍀
Excellent meeting for us approvers on the topics of, climate change, value of wetlands and changes to the MFTIP process. In Guelph.
My cellphone is attached to my hip – almost surgically :). On this cellphone I’m forever using Google maps. It’s a great feature with its road layout layer and satellite layer, however, at times I need it to locate to specific POIs (points of interest) or trails, etc. I have found a way of creating custom Google map layers with the help of QGIS software, a bunch of file formats and map resources (satellite images,…
HI I had the opportunity to write an article, Firewood: Mysteries of BTU and Cord Measurements, for the Bruce Grey Woodlot Association recently. I encourage all interested in our woodlands to join this very active organization – contact them at BGWA.ca This edition includes articles on: · Heating With Wood · Firewood: Mysteries of BTU and Cord Measurements · Nature Preschools · Forest Health Review for Grey-Bruce · EAB: Don’t Kiss All Your Ash Goodbye…
This was my first full year in the south-western part of the Ontario. I had the opportunity to participate in an excellent energy filled woodlot conference in the Grey Bruce. One interesting contract had me working with an enthusiastic team from Bruce Tree Experts preparing an inventory for a potential natural gas corridor. That was a great opportunity to intertwine forest inventory design, GIS, GPS and spreadsheet analysis all into one contract. The Managed Forest…
Here we are in a winter wonderland of spring ready to tree mark. Once we warmed up, it was a beautiful day in the Kawartha lakes Forest .
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It’s a great conference.
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