Our 2008-2009 workplans and a summary of our startup activities have been made available here. Additionally, I have begun gathering information for two small database projects. Attention, interested researchers!
I. Forest History Researcher Database
As part of the forest history webpage, we will be able to host a small directory of researchers and parties doing all kinds of work on forest history across Canada. Entries will be short, with name, affiliation, contact information, and any links of interest. At this stage, it is designed such that you must email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your information and I will post it.
II. Forest History Resources Database
I am going to create an online source for forest history links, topics of interest, posting of photos, and more. It will hopefully contain an array of resources including syllabi for educators, information about museum exhibits, archival holdings, interesting research taking place, etc. I have yet to decide how this will be housed; either via this page, or as a linked “blog” from an external blogspot-type webpage. I will update here when things are sorted out. In the meantime, please contact me with any material that you would like to see in this resource site (email@example.com).
Emily Jane Davis
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- Updated Program for “Conference of the B.C. Forest History Association.” - July 16, 2009
- Theme Paper Writers Wanted - June 26, 2009
- Forest History Society - May 24, 2009
- Exploring our Roots: Forest History in our Communities - May 12, 2009
- Trent University Archives - April 24, 2009
- Using Oral Histories: A View from the Forest History Society - April 20, 2009
- The Forest Shop - March 24, 2009
- Reconstruction Techniques and Forest / Soil History - March 20, 2009
- Natural Resources Canada: Library Catalogue - February 24, 2009
- Holdings of the Norther BC Archives (NBCA) and Advice for First-Time Archival Researchers - February 20, 2009