The researchers in the partnership work for Canadian universities or for government departments such as Natural Resources Canada’s Canadian Forest Service. Results will be presented by the researchers at Healthy Forest Partnership workshops. At these open sessions researchers can be questioned about their results and findings. The research results will also be published in scientific publications so that they can be reviewed by a wider range of scientists and the public.
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