St. Louis Students took advantage of a beautiful day and planted 18 trees in the forest on school property. Trees were supplied by Miisun, and enough were donated to allow every student to take a tree home with them as well!
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With Winter seemingly now here in full force, Moving Kenora Forward has been hard at work to ensure their Warming Shelter is fully equipped to help those in need. With the holidays right around the corner, Miisun, as part of their annual tradition, donsted $3,000 to the Warming Shelter and Fellowship Centre. Read the full story at the link below.
On December 3, 2021, the grade STAHS 10-12 Outdoor Education classes, led by Steve Mastromatteo and Kathrine Holmstrom, were treated to a very interesting experience when they got to witness Miisun’s slash pile burning program. After lighting some piles on fire, the burn crew, along with another forester from Weyerhaeuser, explained why the piles were being burned, the forest management process as a whole, and many of the avenues that can be taken in forestry as a career.
It was a great experience all around, as the students were exposed to an industry that most people don’t know a lot about, and Miisun forester Derian Caron had recently graduated from STAHS in 2016.
At our celebration on Monday, September 13, Wabauskang First Nation officially signed on as a partner with Miisun and Miitigoog. Read the full article from Kenora Online by clicking the button below.