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Women in Forestry

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Women in ForestryFeatures

March 8, 2019
Opinion: Diversity strategies in action

Women in ForestryFeaturesQ & A

March 7, 2019
Advocating for change: Q&A with FPAC’s Kate Lindsay

Women in ForestryFeaturesMillsQ & ASawmilling

March 7, 2019
Career change: Q&A with Conifex electrician Jillian Pritchard

Women in ForestryFeaturesForestry ManagementHarvestingQ & A

March 7, 2019
Getting outdoors: Q&A with EACOM chief forester Jennifer Tallman

Women in ForestryFeaturesForestry ManagementHarvestingQ & A

March 6, 2019
Bush life: Q&A with silviculture supervisor Rashelle Lala

Women in ForestryFeaturesMillsQ & ASawmilling

March 6, 2019
Diversity wins: Q&A with Tolko’s Michelle Mercer

Women in ForestryFeaturesForestry ManagementHarvestingQ & A

March 5, 2019
Embracing the job: Q&A with Canfor senior forester Judy Vasily

Women in ForestryFeaturesMillsQ & ASawmilling

March 5, 2019
Breaking the glass: Q&A with Tolko trader Judy Johnston

Women in ForestryFeaturesForestry ManagementHarvestingQ & A

March 4, 2019
Making connections: Q&A with senior forester Cheryl Hodder

Women in ForestryFeaturesMillsQ & ASawmilling

March 4, 2019
At home in the mill: Q&A with sawmill supervisor Estelle Setterland

Women in ForestryFeaturesMillsQ & ASawmilling

March 1, 2019
In her blood: Q&A with West Fraser shift co-ordinator Jessica Williams

Women in ForestryFeaturesMillsQ & ASawmilling

March 1, 2019
Road to management: Q&A with Interfor’s Marlene Hall

Women in ForestryFeaturesOpinions

March 1, 2019
Editorial: Learning from women in the forest sector

Women in ForestryFeatures

January 16, 2019
Women in Wood cutting down stereotypes

Women in ForestryIndustry NewsNewsFeatures

August 20, 2018
Final Cut: Five ways to help attract, recruit and retain

Women in ForestryIndustry NewsNewsFeatures

May 11, 2017
Women who work in, with and for the woods