20240124 rebuilding our forests

The NBEN is offering a free webinar series on Wabanaki forest restoration from seed collections, tree and shrub propagation to planting techniques.

Tune into these three opportunities to learn ways to propagate biodiversity as we restore New Brunswick's forests.

Click on the links below for more info on and to register to a webinar.

Please note that these webinars will be in English with live interpretation in French.

1.
Cluster Planting in Restoration:
Creating Seedy Structural Diversity for Disturbed Sites

with Amanda Schoonmaker
from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Thursday, February 22nd, 12pm
(followed by Mary Knockwood)

Indigenous Values in Supporting the Collection and Preservation of Species:
Successional Species and Holistic Ways of Being

with Mary Knockwood
from Indigenous Seed Collection Program
Thursday, February 22nd, 12pm
(preceded by Amanda Schoonmaker)

2.
Promoting Biodiversity:
Tree Seed Conservation for Restoration

with Donnie McPhee
from National Tree Seed Centre of Canada
Thursday, February 29th, 1pm

3.
Indigenous Tree and Shrub Propagation
with Gary Schneider
from Macphail Woods
Tuesday, March 12th, 1pm
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