Tim Keddy is a Wood Fibre Development Specialist for the Canadian Wood Fibre Centre. He has over 30 years of experience in operational and applied forest research from across Canada ranging from the Northwest Territories to the Cape Breton Island. Working in private industry and various levels of government, Tim has spent his career developing harvesting and silvicultural regimes. Recently, his primary roles are developing short rotation woody crop establishment and management regimes and innovative harvesting designs to adapt to a changing climate. Major projects include: MPB Rehabilitation, Revegetation of Industrial Phosphogypsum Stacks, Adaptive Mixedwood Management and Mid Supply Chain Optimization.
Current research and/or projects
Tim Keddy is a field coordinator with the Canadian Wood Fibre Centre. He coordinates the field activities associated with the establishment, management, and monitoring of forest silviculture, afforestation, and bioenergy research trials.
Education and awards
Diploma (Maritime Forest Ranger School), Maritime College of Forest Technology, Fredericton, NB, 1985