Forest innovation centre will aim to train workers for industry's future

A worker oversees the unloading of logs at Ledwidge Lumber in Enfield, N.S. (Robert Short/CBC)

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Nova Scotia Community College is launching a forest innovation centre as the provincial government continues its efforts to help shift the sector to a more ecological way of doing business.

The community college is getting $6.1 million over four years from the provincial forestry innovation transition trust. The aim is to help the sector shift to ecological forestry practices and provide a variety of research and training opportunities.


Source: CBC News


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