CAREERS NOVA SCOTIA PROFILE: When you’re never sick of the woods December 31, 2016 in the CH. Greg Watson, manager of North Nova Forest Owner’s Co-op in Wentworth and President of the Nova Scotia Forest Technicians Association describes his love of the forest and what’s involved in becoming a Forest technician. “The job requires confidence, versatility, and initiative, and the worker needs to be capable not only in the forest, but with technology.”
We can see for ourselves Jan 3, 2017 in the Inverness Oran, a letter writer from Shortt’s Lake. “The evidence is there to support our argument against clearcutting and all we need to do is to drive along any major highway to see the scrawny, low-quality forests which replace the old forests, (which, by the way, are far better at taking carbon out of the atmosphere and reseeding the surrounding areas). After a second clearcutting, the quality of the replacement forest is even lower. And these things we can see for ourselves. We don’t need to listen to either side of the argument. We just need to be observant.”
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