Forest History Ontario will present a speaker panel at Forests Ontario's Annual Conference.
Explore the history of Ontario’s forests and their role in shaping our communities. How did we get here? Tales of hardship – and even a murder mystery – will aim to demonstrate the human impact on our landscape, and perhaps the importance of documenting these histories before they are lost.
Dr. Amélie Roberge (Moderator) | Director General, Canadian Wood Fibre Centre | Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service
David L. Martell | Professor Emeritus | Institute of Forestry and Conservation, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, University of Toronto
Lacey Rose, RPF | County Forester | County of Renfrew
Ken Farr | Manager | Science Integration, Natural Resources Canada | Author of “The Forests of Canada”
To learn more about the conference and buy tickets, please go to: https://forestsontario.ca/en/event/annual-conference