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This seven-part workshop explores the values that species at risk represent. It discusses many of the threatened and endangered species in Ontario and reviews the legislation and programs in place for species recovery.

  • Date Published 2000
  • Author EOMF

This set of six workshop modules addresses management planning, marking and harvesting, sugar bush problems, maple orchards, and maple facts.

  • Date Published 2000
  • Author EOMF

This workshop leads participants through the various characteristics that taxonomists use to distinguish between species: terms like simple and compound leaves, opposite and alternate.

  • Date Published 2000
  • Author EOMF

This workshop discusses health from the scale of a single tree, to the scale of the landscape. The various stresses placed on these systems are reviewed, and the actions that a forest manager or woodlot owner can take to maximize forest health are explored.

  • Date Published 2000
  • Author EOMF

 Eastern Ontario forest health review of plant health, forestry surveys, invasive plants and collaborative surveillance.

  • Date Published November 2018
  • Author Thierry PoirĂ© and Erin Appleton

This brochure examines the opportunities for market access and economic return from a sustainably managed forest.

  • Date Published 2012
  • Author EOMF

This book will help those landowners who have decided to plant trees and want to know what species is best suited to their site.

  • Date Published 2004
  • Author EOMF, FFC, FGCA
  • Date Published June 2017
  • Author VCS Association

Observing and learning about the forests to the south of eastern Ontario provides managers a view into the not to distance future. This presentation highlights both current and emerging forest pests in St. Lawrence County, in the state of New York. Management techniques addressing preventation, detection, and control provides tangible tools for eastern Ontario forest managers to use in the fight against invasive forest pests.

  • Date Published June 2019
  • Author Paul Hetzler

Community Experiences in Urban Forestry brings attention to some of the critical issues in our urban forest ecosystems and, more importantly, highlights some of the many community successes in responding to these issues.

  • Date Published July 2007
  • Author EOMF

This report summarizes recommendations to assist in the development of a framework for the incorporation of sustainable forestry concepts into continuing education programs for forest resource managers in the Eastern Ontario Model Forest.

  • Date Published 1995
  • Author Clarence Coons

Operational Guidelines and Recommendations for Ontario Municipalities

  • Date Published November 2013
  • Author EOMF
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