The grouse in the photo was one that Roy found during his research wanderings at Aleza Lake Research Forest.
I wrote this article for the UBC Branchlines Alumni Newsletter, December 2006 issue, and it is published here with permission. It tells the story of one of the individuals who played a pivotal role in establishing the former Aleza Lake Experiment Station and is a great example of how this research facility was a launching point for many distinguished careers in the “early days” of BC forestry. Find out more about ALRF history here.
This website has been a long time coming…but we think it’s been worth the wait. With the new design, and WordPress template we can update you on our goings on much easier (we love WordPress!).
Also, we can now blog right in our home page and so can you! So, to encourage participation from our two university partners in the blogosphere ,we’re giving out prizes to UNBC and UBC faculty, students or staff who post a comment about our site. You must have a valid university email address to qualify.
1st blog comment from each university will receive a black hoodie with the ALRF logo.
2nd blog comment from each university will receive an ALRF baseball cap.
Visit us here often to see what’s new…and let us know what you think about our site and our activities.