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Seeing the Wood for the Trees with Big Data & IoT
With almost five million square kilometers of forest, Canada is one of the most forested nations on the planet, second only to Russia. Almost half the country is covered in trees, providing habitat for wildlife along with myriad other ecological benefits for Canadians and humans world-wide. We depend upon our forests for our livelihood – from lumber to syrup to all the fruits and nuts we harvest. Like many residents of the Pacific Northwest, my five-acre home is nestled in the forest and is considered a “small wood lot” from a farming perspective. The property provides plenty of logs for the wood stove and a considerable amount of blackberries for the table. Trees grow, trees fall.
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