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Tom’s Blog

All good things must come to an end as they say and so it is with my summer internship at the AFA. My final month here has continued to build upon some of the fantastic experiences I had had earlier on in the summer, all with the added advantage of being largely bug free! I’ve […]

August Update – End of Summer in Devon

Sadly, the end of my summer in Devon has arrived.  My time since returning to Canada has been occupied by a hectic-yet-educational couple of weeks spent tree-marking in Huntsville and CIF conference-attending in Grande Prairie.  Now that I’ve settled down in my Toronto apartment, I’ve finally found the time write up an August post for […]

Erin’s Blog

Well, the summer is over, and I am now back in Canada – how sad! While it’s great to be home, I definitely have been missing the England summer. I had the opportunity to spend some time in Hereford this month where I was able to work with the Duchy of Cornwall team. This had […]

Michael’s Blog

Another month in the bush and I’m starting to get the hang of this ribbon-hanging business. In the past few days I have officially had my first experience of a solo black bear encounter. A somewhat terrifying but exhilarating experience which I’m glad to be able to tell the tale. More surprisingly, I managed to […]

Tom’s Blog

Time seems to be flying by out here in Ontario, a little too quickly for my liking to be honest. My time here at the AFA seems to keep on offering me a range of new and exciting experiences. Over the past month I’ve had the opportunity to see some timber harvesting operations, establish some […]

Dan’s Blog

Things continue to go well for me here in the South West Peninsula.  My work with both PRS and Euroforest has sent me travelling to forests throughout southern England, from Cornwall to Sussex.  Minor mechanical issues aside (I’ve briefly swapped the Mitsubishi 4×4 for a Skoda sedan), this month’s explorations have provided me with lots […]

Erin’s Blog

Its August!! How did that happen?! I can’t believe there are only a few short weeks left until I am headed back to Canada. It seems crazy to think that I have been here for two months already, although at the same time I feel as if I have been a part of the Heart […]

Tom’s Blog

Well, I’m afraid it’s a little overdue but here’s the first blog post. My only excuse is that I’ve been having such a great time here that it’s been difficult to find time to knuckle down and crack on with it. My first impressions of Canada are somewhat clichéd. It’s big! In fact it’s bloomin’ […]

Michael’s Blog

Time for a taste of the Canadian dream. After making it through the troubles of immigration, missing a flight, and sleeping on an airport floor, my adventure began in Prince George, British Columbia. The silver lining of missing my connecting flight allowed me to witness the vast landscapes of British Columbia from the air, I […]

12 Uses of Wood Product in Everyday Items

Throughout Canada, it is widely known that trees are vital to the environment. Trees are also highly necessary for human existence due to the absorption of carbon dioxide and other gases, the production of oxygen, and the food, fuel and habitat they offer. However, trees also add ease and luxury to human lives as cellulose […]

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