Saturday, March 22, 2014

Video - Sustainable Forest: How Grey County Forests Try to Manage Conservation and Economic Activity

Grey County forests help us conserve important natural habitats while also providing significant economic impact and serving as hubs for recreational activity. Working with OSC Media House, Grey County is creating a series of videos to share the magic of "Our Forest." The "Our Forest" videos will tell the story of our forests by sharing the history of our landscape, demonstrating how we manage our forests and sharing the knowledge of the people who act as stewards of our remarkable natural assets.

Throughout the year, OSC Media House will be producing a series of videos that highlight Grey County's excellent forestry management practices, including the County's FSC Certification, and the many benefits our magnificent forests provide to our environment and our communities.

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