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In Season 2, we’ve looked at the many ways those in the forest sector are thinking differently to find innovative solutions to our most pressing climate challenges. This week, we turn that thinking on its head to examine how traditional ways of thinking about forestry are opening the sector up to new possibilities. JP Gladu, Principal of Mokwateh, Tina Rasmussen of Meadow Lake Tribal Council, and Jacob Taylor, CEO of Indigenous Aerospace, show us how Indigenous forest practices are strengthening the environment and creating economic opportunity.

Missed Season 1? Get caught up to find out how the innovations highlighted in Season 2 are supported by a globally-recognized commitment to sustainability: https://www.forestryforthefuture.ca/podcasts

Canadian Forestry Can Save The World is brought to you by Forestry For The Future. To learn more about Canada’s forest sector visit www.forestryforthefuture.ca
In Season 2, we’ve looked at the many ways those in the forest sector are thinking differently to find innovative solutions to our most pressing climate challenges. This week, we turn that thinking on its head to examine how traditional ways of thinking about forestry are opening the sector up to new possibilities. JP Gladu, Principal of Mokwateh, Tina Rasmussen of Meadow Lake Tribal Council, and Jacob Taylor, CEO of Indigenous Aerospace, show us how Indigenous forest practices are strengthening the environment and creating economic opportunity. Missed Season 1? Get caught up to find out how the innovations highlighted in Season 2 are supported by a globally-recognized commitment to sustainability: https://www.forestryforthefuture.ca/podcasts Canadian Forestry Can Save The World is brought to you by Forestry For The Future. To learn more about Canada’s forest sector visit www.forestryforthefuture.ca read more read less

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