Downloadable content for the New Brunswick Watercourse Alteration Certification Program

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Complete Manual June 2022 Complete Manual
Table of Contents June 2022 Table of Contents
Module 1 – Introduction June 2022 Module 1
Module 2 – WAWA Permits for Certified Installers June 2022 Module 2
Module 3 – Impacts of Watercourse Alterations June 2022 Module 3
Module 4 – Planning Watercourse Alterations June 2022 Module 4
Module 5 – Surveying and designing watercourse crossings June 2022 Module 5
Module 6 – Culvert Installation June 2022 Module 6
Module 7 – Installation of an Open-Bottom Culvert and Bridge Construction June 2022 Module 7
Module 8 – Maintenance of Roads and Watercourse Crossings June 2022 Module 8
Module 9 – Erosion and Bank Protection June 2022 Module 9
Module 10 – Timber Harvesting June 2022 Module 10
Module 11 – Water Intake Structures June 2022 Module 11
Module 12 – General Requirements for all Watercourse Alterations June 2022 Module 12
Module 13 – Glossary of Terms June 2022 Module 13
Module 14 – References June 2022 Module 14
Appendices June 2022 Appendices

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We are AXEcited to have the Maritime College of Forest Technology as a Platinum sponsor of this year's World Championships!

Located in Fredericton the college was started in 1946 as a cooperative effort between the Maritime Provinces and wood using sectors of those provinces. Evolving over time, the college has seen the focus on wood products integrated with all aspects of forestry including, Wildlife, Fire Management, GPS/GIS, Silviculture, Urban Forest, and many more courses designed to complete a Forest Technologists education.

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Want to become a Proctor at MCFT?
The Maritime College of Forest Technology is looking to fill 2 residence proctor positions at the Fredericton Campus for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year! Proctors are an important part of residence life at MCFT!
As a proctor, you will be a leader in MCFT’s residence community, creating a supportive and administering a positive, safe, and healthy environment for students living in residence.
Proctors are responsible for the following:
-To ensure safety in residence and at all residence related functions.
-To provide mentorship & support to students in residence.
-To support residence floor activities and communicate with residence students on a weekly basis.
-To be on duty a full week at a time and report to the Residence Manager.
If you are interested in becoming a proctor or would like more information, please contact Sarah at sweatherby@mcft.ca
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Want to become a Proctor at MCFT? 
The Maritime College of Forest Technology is looking to fill 2 residence proctor positions at the Fredericton Campus for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year!  Proctors are an important part of residence life at MCFT!
As a proctor, you will be a leader in MCFT’s residence community, creating a supportive and administering a positive, safe, and healthy environment for students living in residence.
Proctors are responsible for the following:
-To ensure safety in residence and at all residence related functions.
-To provide mentorship & support to students in residence.
-To support residence floor activities and communicate with residence students on a weekly basis.
-To be on duty a full week at a time and report to the Residence Manager.
If you are interested in becoming a proctor or would like more information, please contact Sarah at sweatherby@mcft.ca

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We have 5 remaining spots available in our 3-day Chainsaw Safety and Maintenance workshop, May 24-26.
Location: 1350 Regent Street, Fredericton, NB
Price: $495 +HST
Email ce@mcft.ca for more details and to register.
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We have 5 remaining spots available in our 3-day Chainsaw Safety and Maintenance workshop, May 24-26. 
Location: 1350 Regent Street, Fredericton, NB
Price: $495 +HST
Email ce@mcft.ca for more details and to register.

Attention EDUCATORS of the Maritime Provinces. After a long COVID hiatus the Forests Worth Knowing: Atlantic Teachers' Tour (ATT) is once again recruiting participants for this year's tour. The ATT is recognized as one of the best summer professional development opportunities for educators in the region, exposing participants to the extent, vitality, and importance of the region’s forests and the people, industries, and communities who depend upon them. In collaboration with forest product companies, academic organizations, governments, land owners, conservation groups and many, many others, the tour offers educators a guided in-person tour of the forest industry, involving site visits, facility tours, and opportunities for one-on-one interactions with industry professionals. What other PD opportunities offer to take you right into the woods, production mills, labs, facilities, plantations, woodlots, and watersheds to watch the machines work, speak directly to forestry professionals, and learn about forest management by witnessing it first-hand? This is your chance to get outside, ask your questions, and learn how you can incorporate forestry and natural resource management principles into your class curriculum.

For more information visit teacherstour.com/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AtlanticTeachersTour152653374888584/
Twitter: @TourAtlantic
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Attention EDUCATORS of the Maritime Provinces. After a long COVID hiatus the Forests Worth Knowing: Atlantic Teachers Tour (ATT) is once again recruiting participants for this years tour. The ATT is recognized as one of the best summer professional development opportunities for educators in the region, exposing participants to the extent, vitality, and importance of the region’s forests and the people, industries, and communities who depend upon them. In collaboration with forest product companies, academic organizations, governments, land owners, conservation groups and many, many others, the tour offers educators a guided in-person tour of the forest industry, involving site visits, facility tours, and opportunities for one-on-one interactions with industry professionals. What other PD opportunities offer to take you right into the woods, production mills, labs, facilities, plantations, woodlots, and watersheds to watch the machines work, speak directly to forestry professionals, and learn about forest management by witnessing it first-hand? This is your chance to get outside, ask your questions, and learn how you can incorporate forestry and natural resource management principles into your class curriculum.

For more information visit https://teacherstour.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AtlanticTeachersTour152653374888584/
Twitter: @TourAtlantic
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