We have a variety of virtual and in-person events and trainings for all interests. Events are run at the provincial and local chapter levels, and are open to all members. Some key trainings we run annually include Woodland 101, Chainsaw safety, Good Agriculture Collection Practices, and Indigenous Awareness Awareness Training.
View our webinars from industry experts, and take a virtual woodland from your fellow members in our Woodland Walk and Talk series. Following the release of each new video, there will be a virtual Q & A session where you can ask questions to your fellow members.
We publish a quarterly magazine for our members called "The Ontario Woodlander" full of practical advice for woodland life. We also try to keep our online library stocked full of useful content.
Take part in citizen-science by recording bird sittings in a new program developed in partnership with Birds Canada.