Getting your first job can be a challenge. At the Aleza Lake Research Forest we are helping bridge that gap. The Forest Roots Trainee position has been designed to provide an excellent introduction to work in Forestry and Natural Resources Management. See the job description below.
The ALRF is proud to support the training of various students heading out for great experiences in research associated with UNBC. UNBC’s Field Safety Committee has announced:
In preparation for upcoming field seasons, the Field Safety Committee is sponsoring a training session on April 28, 2017, for anyone planning to conduct wilderness-based field research. Pre-workshop materials will be provided to registered UNBC participants through UNBC’s Blackboard system. There will be a nominal fee of $20/participant for the session to facilitate the purchase of necessary supplies. All participants who pay the fee, and complete the pre-workshop materials and the field session will receive a certificate of completion. Additionally, your participation will be registered with the Risk & Safety Office to show you have completed this safety training. To register, please follow the instructions on the attached, fillable, PDF form (including chargeback coding, if applicable) and forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On behalf of UNBC Facilities the ALRF will be managing danger tree around campus on August 25 and 26th. Thursday the 25 crews will be managing trees around the main campus and on Friday the 26th crews will be working on the Greeway Trail.
Please respect the direction of crew members. A copy of the map can be found Danger Tree Map