the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada [FERIC]), and fish and wildlife (e.
What does FERIC stand for?
FERIC stands for Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada
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Samples in periodicals archive:
FERIC, the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada, is a non-profit research institute that develops and helps implement innovative and safe forest operational solutions that provide members with long-term competitive advantage, add value to their fibre supply and support sustainable forest practices.
The Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada (FERIC) and forestry giant Weyerhaeuser are testing the CTI system in Dryden with traffic studies on forestry roads this past summer and fall to determine if CTI-equipped trucks can reduce the company's road-building costs.
Getting forestry companies and their contractors on the same page, agreeing to share costs and adopt new technologies and skills poses a challenge for the researcher with the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada (FERIC).
the Industrial Research Assistance Program, the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, alternative energy company DynaMotive Energy Systems, along with a new venture, Forest Bioproducts Inc.
Several major initiatives have helped bring about progress in sustainable forest management and create partnerships among forest users, including the Model Forest Program, the Sustainable Forest Management Network, the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada, the First Nations Forestry Program and third-party audited forest certification.
Partners in the project also include the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada, Buchanan, Tembec, Weyerhaeuser, FERIC, Algonquin Forest Authority and Clergue.