Adapting to a changing climate

27th Trenton Woodlot Conference

Friday, November 25 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Batawa community Centre, 81 Plant Street Batawa.

Admission $35 includes hot lunch    

Please book early either by booking online or calling (613) 391-9034




In fall 2016, the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, Dr. Dianne Saxe, will release her first Greenhouse Gas Progress Report as Commissioner. Come to the Trenton Woodlot Conference and hear her talk about Ontario government progress reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and adapting the province to a new climate. Dr. Dianne Saxe, the keynote speaker at the conference, is a highly respected environmental lawyer. She is now a watchdog over Ontario's environmental, energy and climate performance, and guardian of the Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993 (EBR).

The other morning speakers are Registered Professional Foresters Barb Boysen on "Shooting at a moving target "and Steve D'Eon on "Managing your forest in a changing climate". The Interesting displays include an arborist up a tree, a portable saw mill, small tractors, and abundant indoor displays.

Indoor and outdoor afternoon events include prairies and savannahs of the Lower Trent, tree identification, tree propagation, the Trent Watershed, native plants in the woods, and succession from field to forest.

Admission $35 includes a hot lunch. Please get your tickets early as space is limited.

BOOK ONLINE or call (613) 391-9034



Find out more about the 2016 Managing Your Woodlot Course run by Registered Professional Foresters David Smallwood, Fred Werner and Peter Hynard at the Dungannon Recreation Centre, L'Amable south of Bancroft, on October 22 and October 29.

BOOK  BY CALLING  (613) 391-9034