Library

Search results

Biodiversity and Your Eastern Ontario Woodlot is a series of Extension Notes discussing native biodiversity within the woodland communities.

  • Date Published 2006
  • Author D. Bland, P. Neave, S. Hamill, a. VanDyke, C. Nielsen

This report will assist landowners to become more aware of biodiversity, provide a tool to help modify management and assess success of their management activities.

  • Date Published 2001
  • Author Stewart Hamill

Presented at the SOCWG Meeting on April 6 2017

  • Date Published April 2017
  • Author Jamie MacKinnon, Bluesource
  • Date Published February 2021
  • Author Bruce County Forest

This report analyzes the long-term strategy for forest certification as a tool for private landowners

  • Date Published January 2003
  • Author Harrison, Davis, Peachey

This presentation, along with a primer on biodiversity, are a set of natural indicators -- plants and animals -- whose presence you can track over time. By following these indicators over time, you'll be able to measure the health and diversity of your woodlot.

  • Date Published 2000
  • Author EOMF

This workshop, a series of seven modules, covers a wide range of topics pertaining to private woodlot management, and specifically to managing conifer plantations.

Modules:

  1. Introduction to Plantation Management
  2. Managing Your Plantation
  3. Forest Operations
  4. Timber Sales and Marketing
  5. Biodiversity and Wildlife Values
  6. Plantation Problems
  7. Restoring Your Plantation
  • Date Published 2000
  • Author EOMF

This workshop describes various definitions of the term, and outlines some of the structural and functional characteristics that characterize old-growth forests.

  • Date Published 2000
  • Author EOMF

This presentation discusses the effects of the ice on trees, focusing on residential, landscape, and street trees. It covers clean-up and maintenance techniques to encourage recovery and growth.

  • Date Published 2003
  • Author EOMF

The three-part Invasive Species workshop breaks down invasive and exotic threats, their pathways to introduction, and the potential costs. Invasive plants, insects and diseases ae addressed.

  • Date Published 2003
  • Author EOMF

This presentation gives a broad overview of the components of a lake plan, and the exercise in creating it.

  • Date Published 2000
  • Author French Planning Services

This workshop explains the role healthy shorelines play in the ecosystem, and what you, as a landowner, can do to make sure your shoreline is healthy and doing its job.

  • Date Published 2000
  • Author EOMF
Page 3 of 15