Did you know NFMC offers 12 annual scholarships for students in or from our management area? We provide 8 scholarships of $3,000 to graduating secondary students who will be attending post-secondary in the fall, 2 scholarships of $2,000 to full-time college/skilled trades program, and 2 scholarships of $2,000 to full-time university students. Students must be […]
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Provectus Robotics Solutions and Nawiinginokiima Forest Management Corporation to Bring Autonomous Logging Trucks to Northern Ontario View Press Release Autonomous passenger vehicles have become ubiquitous in news feeds around the world and even the realm of commercial trucking is working toward a future where trucks will one day be driverless. In Northern Ontario, there is […]
This week, NFMC is participating in a Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Audit on the White River Forest. This audit is to ensure that all sustainability measures are being maintained, which allows us to keep the FSC certification on the White River Forest. The certification proves to wood buyers that the products from our forest meet […]
NFMC is a proud supporter of our local communities and we want to help you support local too this holiday season! In honour of this, we’re giving away a $100 Visa Gift Card on our Facebook page, @NFMCForestry! Visit the giveaway post here to enter. To be eligible to win, you must like the NFMC […]
A big thanks to JML Engineering for coming out to help NFMC staff inspect bridges throughout the Pic Forest! Inspecting the infrastructure throughout our forests ensures they are safe and well maintained for both industry and public use. Learn more about JML Engineering by visiting their website at http://www.jmleng.com/.
The following bridge (#15-26) just off of the Twist Road at Roger Creek is scheduled for immediate removal. Please use caution in the area. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact NFMC at 807-229-8118.
The current stage includes a 60 day review and comment period open to the public, available from September 15th to November 13th, 2020.
Approximately 3,000 tonnes (equivalent to 140 truckloads) of crushed “A” gravel will be spot placed in high priority areas of the road.
The short-term demand has allowed NFMC to locate and mark numerous poplar piles throughout the Pic Forest for grinding, which not only removes existing wood piles but minimizes the loss of productive forest land.