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National Forest Week – September 22-28, 2013

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The Greenest Work Force

The theme of this year’s National Forest Week is “The Greenest Work Force”. It is intended to highlight the vital work of Canadian forest professionals and practitioners, and to recognize them as “true greenies” who are involved in managing all aspects of the forest!

Click here for more information about National Forest Week 2013.

The Canadian Institute of Forestry and the Canadian Forestry Association are proud to unveil this year’s theme in partnership with the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC), who on February 6th, during the PATPAC PaperWeek Forest Products Industry Job Fair in Montreal, with support from the Government of Canada, has been launched TheGreenestWorkforce, a resource tool that provides information on the dynamic direction of the sector and on career opportunities right across the country.

TheGreenestWorkforce is also giving eight lucky students across Canada a Green Dream Internship that includes a four-month paid summer placement at a leading forest products company, an iPad Mini and a chance to win $5000. Go to a TheGreenestWorkforce - The Internships on February 6th to apply.

Please click here to find out more about the TheGreenestWorkforce.

TheGreenestWorkforce

Register Your National Forest Week Event

We invite you to celebrate National Forest Week in your region. Let us know what you are planning by submitting information about your event. We will post it on our National Forest Week calendar. Contact us at the email below if you would like more information about National Forest Week, or if you need some help with event ideas.

Send your event title, date, and a brief description to Emily Gray – egray@cif-ifc.org

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