Multiplying trees and shrubs to diversify forests

Boisés Est is organizing a workshop on multiplying trees and shrubs to diversity forests on Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., rain or shine at the home of François and Lucie Gour, 700 Concession 9, Curran (300 m east of County Road 9, on Concession 9).

The objective of the workshop is to illustrate the main propagation techniques for trees and shrubs for woodlot owners wishing to diversify the species present in their woodlot.  The speaker will be François Gour, a great promoter of biodiversity, and expert in the propagation of trees and shrubs. He is also a wood carver and a member of Boisés Est.

This workshop is open to everyone. Book with Jean-Claude Havard (613-673-3089 – [email protected]). The deadline is Tuesday, June 12th. Registration fees (payable at the entrance, meals included): $ 25 / pers. Members of Boisés Est: $ 5. Students: $ 5. Accompanied children (4-14 years old): $ 5. Bring your own lunch. Media representatives are welcome.

Multiplier les arbres et les arbustes pour diversifier la forêt:

Boisés Est organise un atelier sur la multiplication des arbres et des arbustes pour diversifier la forêt le samedi 16 juin 2018 – de 9h00 à 15h30, beau temps, mauvais temps, chez François et Lucie Gour, 700 Concession 9, Curran (300 m à l’est de County Road 9, concession 9).

L’objectif de l’atelier est d’illustrer les principales techniques de propagation des arbres et des arbustes pour les propriétaires de boisés souhaitant diversifier les espèces présentes dans leur boisé. L’orateur sera François Gour, grand promoteur de la biodiversité et expert de la propagation des arbres et arbustes. Il est également sculpteur sur bois et membre de Boisés Est.

Cet atelier est ouvert à tous. Réservez avec Jean-Claude Havard (613-673-3089 – [email protected]). La date limite est le mardi 12 juin. Frais d’inscription (payables à l’entrée, repas inclus): 25 $ / pers. Membres de Boisés Est: 5 $. Étudiants: 5 $. Enfants accompagnés (4-14 ans): 5 $. Apportez votre lunch. Les représentants des médias sont les bienvenus.

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