Local Wood Initiative – rural property owner site visits

Book a free site visit and our professionals can advise you on:

Energy Efficiency
Renewable Energy
Sustainable woodland management
Land Stewardship
Cost share programs

You get an assessment of your house and property and recommendations on: 
Energy Efficiency

Advice for saving money and using energy wisely                                                                                              
Harvesting and burning firewood efficiently                                                                                                           
Energy efficiency in the home, barn and workshop

Renewable Energy

Renewable energy potential on your property

Sustainable Management

Forest management
Farmland management
Potential uses for your land and resources
Landscaping for shelter and shade

Land Stewardship

Advice on habitat and species at risk 
Invasive species
Wells and septic system

We can link you with:

Experts in forestry, energy and more  
Cost-share programs and grants
Other resources

Contacts
Matt Caruana, certified energy advisor, infohastingsstewardship.ca  (613) 395-1166
Louise Livingstone, landscape ecologist, infoharvesthastings.ca (613) 395-4388
If you are in North Hastings please call Virginia deCarle, forestry technician, virginiadecarle2014gmail.com (613) 334-7547
 
 

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