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Reggie’s Blog

August has been another great month here in the UK. I am afraid that my Canadian accent has picked-up some new British flavours, because my vocabulary certainly has… Now that I am on my way back to Canada this adventure seems to have passed by too quickly. This month has been jam packed with lots […]

Reggie’s Blog

My second month in Norwich has been just as exciting as the last, though, I was disappointed to miss Canada’s 150th celebration. However, the Canadian spirit was felt from here in Norwich. Since my arrival I have settled into a routine and have become used to the British customs. Black pudding and beans with breakfast […]

Theri’s Blog

The second month was a time when I became comfortable enough to not use my GPS as much when driving to sites. I also realized that the UK is a beautiful place and because I haven’t made time to explore a lot of it this summer, I need to come back. As my placement reached […]

James’ Blog

Two months in and the first blog. Apologies but Canada is very inspiring and the laptop is less so! Algonquin Park is big. So big that it would cover most of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and my home county Suffolk (Figure 1) if only we could commandeer it from the Canadians. The park is 763,555 ha which […]

Dan’s Blog

Welcome to the Jungle! On the afternoon of Wednesday 14th June, I landed in Port Hardy, north Vancouver Island. Dave Johnes; a previous Prince of Wales award winner and fellow University of Cumbria graduate, was there to pick me up and take me to Strategic’s head office in Port McNeill. I started work the next […]

Theri’s Blog

     The five months between when I found out and the start of my internship went by really quickly – still in study mode, and field course mode, I barely had any time to prepare. My visa and driver’s license situation were sorted out already due to the special nature of my heritage. So […]

Reggie’s Blog

     I have finally completed my first month of the work-exchange at AT Coombes Associates in Norwich UK, which was provided generously through the Prince of Wales Leadership Award. Even though there were many steps to get to this part of this exchange, everything went relatively smoothly. My application for a UK visa was […]

Call for Expressions of Interest: Second Vice President of the CIF-IFC

The Canadian Institute of Forestry/Institut forestier du Canada (CIF-IFC) is conducting a National search to fill the position of Second Vice President on the National Executive. The Institute is looking to solicit members with a strong long-term vision, strategic direction and dedication to the Institute. CIF-IFC Second Vice President – Call for Expressions of Interest: […]

2017 Tree Marking Course Schedule

Level 1 Course: May 29 – June 2, 2017 – Huntsville, Ontario September 11 – 15, 2017 – Huntsville, Ontario The Level 1 course and exam cost is $2,500 which includes 4 days of class and field instruction and a 1 day exam.  Students are responsible for their own accommodations. Level 2 Course: June 6 […]

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