The county is looking for public input when it comes to woodland conservation by-laws.
Oxford County is hosting three public meetings as they get set to update the Woodlands Conservation Bylaw.
Director of Planning at the County of Oxford Gordon Hough says public input is key to a successful update.
"What this by-law does is it actually protects Woodland areas in Oxford County and what it generally does is protect any woodlands in excess of one hectare."
Hough says they want to hear from the public before making any decisions.
"The public meetings are really intended to gather information, hear from people about their experiences with woodlands conservation, with the bylaw itself as the case may be, and really just obtaining feedback so we can then go back to council."
The meetings are happening in Innerkip on November 22nd at the Community Centre, the Embro Zorra Community Centre on November 24th and the Springford Community Hall on December 1st.
Each meeting will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.