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Weekly Update Newsletter

May 14/2021

Market Update

Market update for this week can be found here. 

SNB Board Staff are beginning to seek volume estimates from producers for the various products you plan to ship for the upcoming season. 

These volume estimates are very helpful, as we begin to communicate and enter into negotiations with mills for new Board contracts/purchase agreements for this upcoming year.

Product and volume estimates can be entered here. 

In The Media


Minister Holland on hot seat over crown royalty rates with Terry Sequin’s Political Panel debate. Listen
here.

CIBC slams “perplexing” NB refusal to raise timber royalties during record lumber price surge. Continue reading.

Tree experts stumped by case of “elephant trunk” continue reading.  

Canada’s Paper Excellence announces deal to buy Domtar Corp. in US $3B deal, continue reading.  

 

Climate Change


Amazon Forest may be turning from friend to foe. Continue reading.  
 
One of Canada’s biggest carbon sinks is circling the drain. Find out more.  

PEI Environment and Climate Action Minister Steven Myers is concerned about the state of forests on Prince Edward Island.  Minister aims to double tree planting efforts, continue reading. 

 
 

Silviculture Season 


Silviculture season is now underway.  Woodlot owners who would like advice on silviculture or forest management options please contact the office (506) 433-9866.   

SNB has once again received surplus seedlings from the Kingsclear Nursery outside Fredericton.  Owners who would like "Free" white spruce seedlings, please contact the office (506) 433-9866 or stop by the office Monday-Friday 8am-5pm to pick-up. 

As you can see, these seedlings are a little short, but they would make a great weekend project to fill in some open areas on the woodlot.  

 

SNB Marketing Board Staff Update


As many are now aware, as of Jan 1st 2021, SNB Marketing Board has taken over the responsibility of delivering and administering both Provincial and SNB Funded forest management activities. 

The process of hiring additional staff is now complete.  We are pleased to welcome two new District Forest Technicians:

Jacob Dillon (originally from Doaktown), and Devin Weaver from Cumberland Bay.  Jacob has graduated from both MCFT and UNB, receiving his BScF degree in 2020.  And Devin recently graduated from UNB with a BScF degree in 2021.  

Jacob will be responsible for districts 5 and 7 and Devin will be responsible for districts 3 and 4.  


We would also like to welcome a new addition to our Wood Purchase and Sales Department,  Hannah Cruickshank.  Hannah has grew up in the Sussex area and has recently graduated from NBCC Fredericton in 2018 with a Business Administration and Accounting certificate.  

Contact Information for all staff can be found here


 
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