For the 19th year, Atlantic teachers got to see live operations and learn about forest management and it's many spheres. The participants were amazed at how intensely the sector is regulated. Cutting a tree is not a game of chance, everything is calculated, land soil, wildlife conservation, future needs and so much more.
The teachers visited a private wood lot and learned the different uses for the land such as tapping for maple syrup, harvesting wood and wildlife conservation.
The agenda also included learning about massive timber and wood innovations.