Woodlot DVD collection set up

The Boundary Woodlot Association and the Midway Library have partnered to make available a DVD collection on woodlot and forestry issues.

Boundary Woodlot Association President George Dore and Jane Marshall, BWA treasurer, have established a collection of woodlot related DVDs at the Midway Library.

Items can be borrowed from the library and Dore said it is hoped that the material will be shared to the maximum possible extent.

“People may access these DVDs at their leisure, while the Midway Library keeps track of the collection,” said Dore.

Contact library director Stephanie Boltz at 250-449-2620 for more information.

Dore said the BWA donated $50 to the project and is encouraging anyone with pertinent woodlot program DVDs or other good forestry items to donate them to the collection as well. He said the latest title added is from the Federation of B.C. Woodlot Associations annual general meeting in Campbell River, The Island Way.

If you have any concerns or comments or would like more information, contact George Dore at 250-446-2577.

 

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