Why this partnership?

The Healthy Forest Partnership was formed in response to a threat of a spruce budworm outbreak. The partnership consists of Atlantic Canadian and Maine governments, landowners, industry and scientists. The...



Is the $18.4 million dollars for a spray program?

The funding, provided in part by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, is to support research associated with developing an early intervention strategy. The research is focused on understanding how spruce...



Who is paying for this research project?

The total funding for the early intervention strategy research project is $18.4 million. There is $12 million in federal funding including the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and Natural Resources Canada;...



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