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Come to the CWF 2018 spring meeting!

Feb. 27, 2018 - The CWF 2018 Spring Meeting is a recognized annual event that attracts well over 300 representatives of the forest sector from across the region.

February 27, 2018  By Canadian Woodlands Forum

Plenary session highlights

“Taking the Pulse of the Health & Wellness of Your People & the Impacts on Workplace Productivity”

Health and wellness professionals will present workplace trends, best practices and practical tips to improve the overall health of your business. 

Don’t miss these timely topics:

  • Cannabis Legalization & Opioids: The New Concerns in the Workplace?
  • Best Practices in Ergonomics for Forestry.
  • Eating for Energy in the Woods.
  • Managing Fatigue (sleep) and Stress.

It’s not just about the trees and machines; what about the health and wellness of your people? The second part of our plenary session will focus on the people side of the business and outline a variety of health-related topics that directly impact productivity in the workplace. 

Don’t miss the special offer early bird deadline fees! REGISTER NOW!

Sponsorship and silent auction donations
The CWF Spring Meeting provides a great opportunity to network with forestry professionals across the fibre supply chain, and to profile your business, products and services, and learn about the latest developments in forestry, while also supporting the professional fellowship within the forest industry.

Please consider joining the following organizations who have confirmed their support for the 2018 CWF Spring Meeting:

  • Brandt Tractor Ltd.
  • Canada Culvert
  • Fornebu Lumber Co. Inc. 
  • FPInnovations
  • Canadian Wood Fibre Centre
  • N.R. Kenney Logging Ltd. 
  • Log Max Forestry Inc.
  • K.G. Chase & Son Ltd.

To view our partnership details click HERE. Thank you in advance!

Please help make our Log A Load Silent Auction event a huge success! Follow the link HERE for submission details. All donations are greatly appreciated! 100 per cent of your donation will help support local Children’s Hospital Foundations.

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