Ontario Wood: Choosing Local Benefits All Ontarians

In the office of Forests Ontario, Rob Keen, CEO of the not-forprofit organization, sits at a beautiful, locally-crafted pine desk. “Some folks think that it’s a terrible practice to cut down trees,” he says. “They want the wood desk and cabinets and all the beautiful wood products, but don’t want to support the idea of harvesting our forests. They don’t realize that Ontario forest products are one of our truly sustainable and renewable resources, used and admired by all of us every day.” – See more at: http://www.ottawalife.com/2014/08/ontario-wood-choosing-local-benefits-a…

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