Launched in 1994, Atlantic Forestry Review is a magazine for woodlot owners, foresters, contractors and technicians in Atlantic Canada. Published bi-monthly, Atlantic Forestry has rapidly expanded to become an essential source of up-to-date information for those interested and involved in forestry.
Regular features include:
"Contact" - providing a unique opportunity for Atlantic forestry groups & associations to share what they are doing, and "Your Neck of the Woods" - a guide to forestry and woodlot events. In addition, each issue features a different Price Summary Table for Sawmill Prices (Atlantic Canada & Maine); for Softwoods, Hardwoods or Pulpwood.
Topics and issues discussed regularly in
Atlantic Forestry Review include:
Silviculture; clearcutting; biodiversity; growing and marketing Christmas trees; sustainable forest management; preserving wildlife; financial management; First Nations forestry; surveying; tree breeding; pests & diseases (Tussock moth & Spruce budworm); Btk & other pesticides & chemical sprays; forestry equipment (grapples, feller bunchers, delimbers, ATVs, tractors); road & trail construction; woodlot safety; sawmills & milling; pulp & paper; kiln drying; lumber; timber; logging winches; bush cutters; chainsaws; tree nurseries; growing & planting seedlings, hardwood management; managing softwoods (spruce, pine, cedar, hemlock); forester, contractor and technician concerns.
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