The TWIG Monthly takes place on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 7-9pm online.
The Monthly event is a recurring get-together where we connect around topics, projects and ideas that aim to bring value to forest-based resources found in BC. Each Monthly has a featured guest, and we invite them to tell their story, and share the why and how behind what they do.
Come to the Monthly to get connected, to learn and become aware of others working and creating in wood-based spaces across the province. You can get the Monthly zoom link by signing up to our mailing list or our the event page on LinkedIn.
This month we will be joined by Mark Anson the creator of Timber Tiles who is an architect, maker, and inventor of things himself. Timber Tiles take a challenging wood species - lower grade Hemlock and increases the value considerably through value-added secondary manufacturing.
|08||Wood Tiles? Why not!||June 15th, 2021||Mark Anson - Timber Tiles|
|07||The 100 Billion Chopstick Opportunity||May 11th, 2021||Felix Bock - ChopValue|
|06||Can a TWIG Have Branches?||April 12, 2021||Post Perennial Follow-up|
|05||Design, Make and Manufacture||March 8th, 2021||Chris Chan (Rangate) John Neel (Audacity Wood)|
|04||Technology, Tactility & Time-Tested||February 8th, 2021||John Velten|
|03||Design, Make and Manufacture||January 11th, 2021||Adam Corneil (Unbuilders, Heritage Lumber) + ECUAD ID Students|
|02||What the Hemlock do you do now?||December 14th 2021||Patrick Christie, Christian Blyt (Corelam), Scott Forbes (Scotty Wood)|
|01||Welcome Back to TWIG||November 9th, 2021||Inaugural event|