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NADF is pleased to present the Northern Ontario Resources Expo - Building and Growing A Sustainable Resource-Based Economy - a conference and trade show event focusing on showcasing Northern Ontario's mining, forestry and energy sectors. The Northern Ontario Resources Expo presents a unique opportunity for First Nations, governments, producers and suppliers to discuss the challenges and opportunities for Northern Ontario's energy and resource-based economy, and to share and learn best practices for working together in a collaborative and beneficial manner to build and grow sustainable resource opportunities in Northern Ontario. Speaker presentations will offer industry insights and outlooks, professional growth and development. The Northern Ontario Resources Expo trade show will showcase some of the industry's key players and offer an abundance of informal networking opportunities for skill building, knowledge sharing, collaboration and idea generation.
Wild parsnip is an invasive plant commonly found in Canada that has been known to cause severe burns. The roots are edible, but the sap of the plant can cause blisters and severe burns when mixed with sun exposure.
Students will experience a hands-on fieldwork monitoring course that emphasizes proper sample collection and safety considerations. Monitoring tools and techniques will be discussed, such as equipment calibration exercises, field note taking, data entry, calculations, and laboratory protocols.
This course is designed to train and certify users in a variety of standardized Ontario Stream Assessment Protocol (OSAP) manual techniques for evaluating habitat, invertebrate and fish communities in wadeable streams.