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High Park MFTIP workshop to help residents with forested properties in Ontario reduce property taxes up to 75%

Friday, October 6th 2006 8:49:48am

Managed forests are worth some cash!

(Toronto, ON)  The Ontario Forestry Association, nearing the end of the Managed Forest Tax Incentive Program (MFTIP) workshop
tour, is hosting a free workshop at the High Park Library on November 7th, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.  The province-wide, 15 location tour has already been attended by more than 600 people.

Landowners with more than 10 acres of forested property in Ontario should attend the workshop to learn how to qualify for the 75% property tax reduction.  This workshop, sponsored by the Trees Ontario Foundation, will also show you how to set objectives for your property, prepare a forest stewardship plan, and identify local resources to assist you in achieving your management goals.  

Space is limited and pre-registration is recommended.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 7, 6:00 to 8:00 pm

WHERE: High Park Library, 228 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto,

WHO:     Ontario Forestry Association

WHAT: Free MFTIP Workshop

For more information or to register, please contact the Ontario Forestry Association at 1.800.387.0790 or email info@oforest.on.ca.


The Ontario Forestry Association is a non-profit, registered charity dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of Ontario’s forests, and to developing stewardship of forest ecosystems. Visit www.oforest.on.ca.

The Trees Ontario Foundation (TOF) is a non-profit foundation established in 1994 as an independent arm of the Ontario Forestry Association. TOF was formed with a mandate to promote and support tree planting initiatives in Ontario. Visit www.treesontario.on.ca.