Haliburton Forest is one company with two divisions and eight businesses. We provide year-round employment to ~175 people and work closely on a regular basis with ~30 independent contractors. With a skilled management team and a tight operational focus, our business strategy is to be environmentally sustainable, socially responsible, and economically viable in everything that we do.

The Tourism & Recreation division shows the real uniqueness of Haliburton Forest. It is a research facility and an education centre. It is a property where members of our community make their livelihoods, and thousands of visitors make their day. Haliburton Forest is 100,000 acres, 100 lakes, and millions of trees, and it is home to an abundance of wildlife.

Our Forest Products division operates four hardwood sawmills in central Ontario (Haliburton, Huntsville, South River & Palmer Rapids) that have a combined annual production capacity of ~40 million fbm, employs roughly 100 people and manages almost 1 million acres of crown and private land across central Ontario.

Haliburton Forest is a diverse company. It is an outdoor lover’s paradise and a wood lover’s dream. A place where people come to explore, discover and experience our 100,000 acres, 100 lakes and endless trails. It is a property where members of our community make their livelihoods, and thousands of visitors make their day. Haliburton Forest is home to countless creatures and millions of trees, above all, and always it is a sustainably managed forest.

Tourism Address: 1095 Redkenn Road, Haliburton Ontario, K0M1S0

Forest Products Address: 3798 Kennisis Lake Road, Haliburton Ontario, K0M1S0

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Restaurant Staff – Truss Foodworks For more information on Truss Foodworks and their available positions, check out their website here.

Officially launched in 2019, Living Woodwork started its long journey of creating high quality one of a kind pieces form. All while trying to minimize our footprint by using only sustainably harvested wood from our area.

With a passion for coming up with unique and outside-the-box ideas, while also experimenting with new processes and technique, you’re always in great hands with us. We invite you to explore our portfolio and see what we’ve been up to. Hopefully we will see you in our showroom soon!

4531 Kennisis Lake Road, Haliburton Ontario, K0M1S0

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No positions available.

Eco-Log Homes is a customized log home kit production business, which utilizes the Hemlock timber produced within Haliburton Forest. For more than 25 years, we have provided clients with small cabins, full-sized cottages, and everything in between. This business was created to fulfill our ethical and economic obligation to add value to the wood that we harvest from our forest.

3798 Kennisis Lake Road, Haliburton Ontario, K0M1S0

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Haliburton Forest Biochar (HFB) a subsidiary of Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve, that manufactures a natural carbon-based biomaterial, as well as pyrolysis and milling technology, optimized to serve and supply manufacturing facilities across North America.

1088 Kennaway Road, Haliburton Ontario, K0M1S0

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Huntsville Forest Products (HFP), formerly RYAM Huntsville Sawmill was acquired in October 2020 by Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve. HFP has a production capacity of ~30 million fbm of hardwood lumber annually. In addition to acquiring the sawmill Haliburton Forest has also acquired the Forestry division of RYAM Huntsville which supplies the mill with sawlogs from French Severn Forest, Algonquin Forestry Authority, as well as other Crown forest entities in the region.

75 Old North Road, Huntsville Ontario, P1H 2J4

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Almaguin Forest Products (AFP) located in South River, ON is a subsidiary of Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve and produces approximately 4.5 million fbm per year of hardwood lumber and sawmill residues, as well as hardwood timber products like veneer, sawlogs, firewood, and pulp.

39 Ena Avenue, South River Ontario, P0A1X0

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No positions available at this time.

Located on the shores of the Madawaska River, NFP has been in the lumber business since 1950. It traditionally processes a mix of hardwoods and pine. NFP has annual production capacity of 10 million fbm and procures sawlogs from contractors working throughout central Ontario.

6421 Palmer Rd, Palmer Rapids, ON K0J 2E0

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Experience all that Haliburton Forest has to offer through a co-op term or internship, offered in both our Tourism & Recreation and Forest Products divisions. As a Haliburton Forest co-op student or intern you will have the opportunity to gain valuable hands on industry experience, and build their professional network. Successful candidates will have the chance to return for future co-op placements with the potential to build a long-term rewarding career!

To apply for an internship with Haliburton Forest please submit a resume and cover letter expressing your interest to

Available Internships:

  • No positions currently available.

Interested in any of the above positions?

Please follow the corresponding link to read the full job description, then apply directly through Indeed, in person or by emailing your cover letter and resume to

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Haliburton Forest is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Haliburton Forest is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status. For individuals with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation please contact Human Resources at