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Norfolk County Ontario Canada

19559 views Earl Hartlen November 2, 2020 Norfolk County, ON Date shot: October 9, 2020

We're not out of the woods yet, fortunately !!! Norfolk County lies in the heart of Carolinian Canada and boasts some of the highest ecological diversity of animals, plants and natural habitats in the country. With 25% of the landscape in forest cover, Norfolk has the highest percentage of forested land in Southwestern Ontario and our woodlands contain unique Carolinian species such as the Tulip Tree, American Chestnut, Cucumber Magnolia, Black Gum, and the symbol for our County, the Eastern Flowering Dogwood. Norfolk’s forests have played an integral role in the evolution of the County from pioneer status to a modern and vibrant agricultural centre and the natural resource sector, such as timber operations, is second in economic importance to agriculture. As a result of years of good forest management, on both private and public lands, and with over 300 members, Norfolk County is home to the largest woodlot owners association in the Province, the Norfolk Woodlot Owners Association (NW

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