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A large old Eastern White Pine near the PRF sugarshack

 

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Former FPRF Chair Earl Berry discusses the advantages of shelterwood silviculture versus high-grading with a senior’s group at the White Pine Demonstration Trail.  October 8, 2008

 

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Getting natural regeneration of white pine with the Uniform Shelterwood Silvicultural System

 

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Researchers Jeff Fera and Dr. Trevor Jones discuss their Operational Forest Biomass study. October 20, 2013

 

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Ian Miller serves maple snow taffy to University of Toronto forestry students on their annual tour of the PRF

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The old stone chimney–a monument to earlier times.

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A Pileated Woodpecker looks out at people attending a Forest Birds Workshop held at the PRF.  Woodlot owners learn about protecting bird habitat during forest management activities.

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FPRF Board Member (and former PRF Operations Manager) Peter Arbour instructs volunteers in treeplanting.  The Batesville Memorial Treeplant is a significant fundraising event for the Friends.

 

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Ontario Stewardship Rangers Luke Horton, Addison Lemkay, Nichola Yaraskavitch, and Rory Whalen help Robin Cunningham plant and maintain trees at the new PRF Arboretum, July, 2013.

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A collection of oaks and hickories at the PRF Arboretum 2020

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Students in the Environmental Technician Program at Algonquin College Pembroke visit the PRF Arboretum to study tree identification. Oct 5, 2017

 

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Petawawa Sunburst White Spruce -an accidental product of genetic studies, grafted as an ormamental tree

Scarlet Tanager at the PRF – May 28, 2020

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