Ledwidge Lumber sells 376 hectares to Nova Scotia
Ledwidge Lumber is selling 376 hectares of woodlands to the province of Nova Scotia for $1 million.
The woodland is in the counties of Hants and Halifax in Nova Scotia.
The purchase is part of the province’s Forestry Transition Program. The program is designed to support the forest industry by purchasing woodlands, while adding to the province’s Crown landholdings.
Nova Scotia is expected to announce more woodland purchases soon.
Ledwidge Lumber sells 376 hectares of woodland to province (Chronicle Herald)
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