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Halton region woodlot management workshop to help local residents save on their property taxes

Wednesday, August 29th 2007 9:40:16am

Media Advisory

Attention Community Calendar, Event Listing and News Editors:

Your forested property may reduce your taxes!

(Halton, ON) The Ontario Forestry Association and the Trees Ontario Foundation are presenting a free woodlot management workshop at the Halton Conservation Office near Lowville on Wednesday, September 12, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
  
Landowners with over 10 acres of forest will find out how to apply for property tax relief of up to 75% under the Managed Forest Tax Incentive Program, set objectives for their properties, prepare forest stewardship plans and identify local resources to assist them in achieving their management goals.

This workshop is hosted by the Conservation Halton and Hamilton-Halton Watershed Stewardship Program. Space is limited and pre-registration is recommended.


WHAT:

Free Woodlot Management and MFTIP Workshop

WHEN:

Wednesday, September 12, 2007, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

WHERE:

Halton Conservation Office, 2596 Britannia Road West (near Lowville)

WHO:

Ontario Forestry Association and Trees Ontario Foundation with local partner, Conservation Halton and Hamilton-Halton Watershed Stewardship Program


For more information and to register, please contact:

Ontario Forestry Association, 1-800-387-0790 or info@oforest.on.ca.

www.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 (www.treesontario.on.ca).