Arianna Loogman: Planning from the Sky: FPAC 2021 Green Dream Internship Program
Beaver dams, steep slopes, access routes, and places to land a helicopter during layout are other elements we may be looking for during this process. While data and imagery are available to help plan the blocks, seeing it from the sky can often provide a much clearer and more current picture of the forest.
Drew Ackerman: My Journey from Childhood to a Tolko Employee: FPAC 2021 Green Dream Internship Program
This summer, I had the privilege of working in Human Resources. Coming home from university, I couldn’t wait to start and was curious as to what my responsibilities would be. I assumed that my job would consist of setting up interviews and conflict resolution. And while that might be some of what I experienced; it was just a small fraction of what I actually did. The majority of the Summer I spent working on two main projects. The first one was revamping our mill’s internal website, TNet. I spent time fiddling around with the site, looking for ways to make it more efficient to navigate. I am proud to say that the site now looks awesome!
Charles Martel: Interview with Stéphane Dion: FPAC 2021 Green Dream Internship Program
That's why I knew I was going to stay in Lac-Saint-Jean. In Saint-Thomas, the plant is beautiful and the atmosphere is very pleasant. It's very easy to work with the people here, they are dynamic and want things to work. I am very happy in my region and I want to continue to develop here, in my region.
Carter Wilde: Forestry and Community in Whitecourt, Alberta: FPAC 2021 Green Dream Internship Program
The forest sector is very important to the successful economy in many small towns like Whitecourt. Having an industry like this here has provided us with countless opportunities and helped us become the town we are today. Many of the infrastructure put in place may not have been possible without the support of these large corporations.
Mark Tennant: Summer Summary: A Highlight Reel: FPAC 2021 Green Dream Internship Program
I really can’t believe how fast the summer has flown by. With that in mind, I am sad to say that this will probably be the last blog post of my “Green Dream” summer; and what a summer it was! From tree plant to site-prep and everything in between, I am really lucky to have worked with some great people, learned some valuable lessons, stayed COVID-safe, and had a great time!
Maïka Lambert: The End of a Dream Internship: FPAC 2021 Green Dream Internship Program
Summer is already coming to an end. It's getting darker, beach days are becoming less frequent and the nights are getting cooler. There is no doubt that the start of the 2022 school year is approaching. Back to school means goodbye to the full-time internship and my experience with the Forest Products Association of Canada as a dream intern.
Charles Martel: Interview with Dany Gagnon: FPAC 2021 Green Dream Internship Program
For me, the forest is important and we must take care of it. We want the trees to regenerate, it's like a garden that is always being cultivated. My hobbies are in the forest; I fish, hunt, walk and ride my motorbike, I really enjoy going to the forest! I've had a cottage for six years and my family and I enjoy it a lot, so it's also important to preserve it.
Emma Schlosser: Indigenous Partnerships and Land Usage: FPAC Green Dream Internship Program 2021
Today I would like to take sometime to talk about the importance of Indigenous partnerships in the forestry sector. ANC is on Treaty 8 land, the original resting grounds of the Cree and Athapaskans (Dené) people. These Indigenous groups were spread out across the territory that ANC currently resides on and were the original inhabitants of the forests we use today.