“High school woodlot forestry program a success” by Jim Cooperman

There are just two high schools in British Columbia that manage their own woodlot and one of them is in the Shuswap. Charles Bloom Secondary in Lumby has run a forestry trade program since the 1970s and it was vastly improved in 2002 with the acquisition of a 600-hectare woodlot in the Trinity Valley. Every year, 16 grade 11 and 12 students are chosen from five high schools in the Vernon School District to participate in this outdoor, hands-on forestry skills program that runs from September to January.

Read the rest here:

http://shuswappassion.ca/shuswap/high-school-woodlot-forestry-program-a-success/

(note: the Shuswap Passion site was down for a few days, but it is working again. Do check out the videos – links are on the right side)

* Image used with standing permission

Author: Tim Lavery

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