OFIAOffice for International Architecture (India)
OFIAOntario Forest Industries Association
OFIAOregon Fire Instructors Association (est. 1961)
OFIAOptical Fault Induction Attack
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Jamie Lim, president-CEO of the Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA), expects to see sound forestry policy heading into 2018, not changes influenced by the "fearmongering" and "misinformation" campaign being spread by "anti-forestry groups."
"As a province, we need to acknowledge that trees are the answer," said Jamie Lim, Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) president-CEO, in a Jan.
"Forestry will be a top priority for me," said McGarry, in a July 22 statement released through the Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA).
The Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) countered that there is no "caribou crisis" and provincial government data demonstrates the populations "are persisting in Ontario."
Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) president Jamie Lim wants to keep the momentum going with the province's Crown wood supply competition.
Scott Jackson, the Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) policy manager, calls the government's leaning toward the LFMC model a "massive and untested experiment."
Sandy Smith, Dean of the Faculty of Forestry for the University of Toronto, and Jamie Lim, president of the Ontario Forestry Industry Association (OFIA) are just two of the experts slated to present.
Even an attempted rebuttal of a recent OFIA media release by the executive director of the Wildlife Conservation Society of Canada--who is listed as a key contributor to a document outlining how anti-industry special interests were able to control the development of the Endangered Species Act--along with a colleague from Trent University casts doubts on the ECO positions, acknowledging that "woodland caribou can cope with some disruption of the forest."
Jamie Lim, President/CEO of the Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA)
However, the province's restriction of logging activity in Algonquin Park has given the Ontario Forest Industry Association (OFIA) no confidence in its ability to handle changes to the tenure system.