Recieved from the office of:
Pat Mackasey R.P.F.
Government of Saskatchewan
Forest Management Planning Coordinator
Ministry of Environment, Forest Service
The Torch River Forest Focus Group Meeting Minutes
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Forest meeting : Nov 14 Love Hall 7:00pm
Please join us for the Made For Love Benefit! We have two days of events. Nov 15 from 10:00am to 5:00pm we will do a FREE exhibit. This is an art education opportunity so schools and the public may view the art.
November 16 2013 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm is open mic, art and silent auction. After party at the Staggerin Bar n Grill.
We will take all and any item donations. Artists may drop off 9:00 Am Nov 15 for exhibit but we will continue to add items right up until the start time Nov 16. We can also arrange for weekend pick ups. Call 306-812-8711 April to arrange item or art donation.
We would like to remind every one litter is a huge problem in our forests please pick up garbage if you see it!
- Purpose of the Torch River Forest Focus Group
- Presentation by Bob Lidster, Conservation Officer, Nipawin: Littering in the Provincial Forests
- Feedback on Maps and Deliverables sent for review in September, 2013
- Dwarf Mistletoe Control Area
- Updated Values Mapping
- Torch River Forest Mock Event Plan