Connecting people with nature in Ontario's Mississippi Valley
Mississippi River at Pakenham

Links for information and assistance for landowners managing forests and woodlots recommended

by OMNR’s Linda Touzin at MVFN lecture January 18, 2007      

MNR-District Offices, Stewardship Coordinators, MNR internet (www.mnr.gov.on.ca)

Ontario Woodlot Association (www.ont-woodlot-assoc.org)

Eastern Ontario Model Forest (www.eomf.on.ca)

Landowner Resource Centre (www.lrconline.com) Ontario Forestry Association (www.oforest.on.ca)Forest Gene Conservation Association (www.fgca.net)

Conservation Ontario (www.conservation-ontario.com   

 The signs of a healthy forest were described by Linda as having a diversity of species appropriate for the eco-site, vigorously growing native trees, ‘forest values’ protected from timber harvest operations, having a variety of types and ages of trees and habitat features while also having demonstrated careful logging practices.”

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Our natural history talks are at 7:30 pm on the third Thursday in January, February, March, April,  September, October and November at Almonte United Church, 106 Elgin St. in Almonte, Ontario. All are welcome to attend! Non-members $5. 

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