Much thanks to UNBC’s Green Fund and GIS lab. It is through their assistance that we were able to initiate the #mapUNBC project!
This mapping project highlights UNBC’s Forest Lands surrounding the main Prince George campus. There are more than 500 ha of forested lands and more than 21 kilometers of trails on UNBC Property!
For more information and to get a copy of the map use the menu or go direct to the #mapUNBC page.
If you are interested in this program we will likely advertise again next year.
We are pleased to offer our ‘Forest Roots Trainee’ program! This eight week program has been implemented to provide individuals with a first opportunity to work in outdoor forest and environmental projects.
Here is the Job Description.
To apply fill out this Application.
Closing Date: 4:30pm Jan. 30, 2014
2013 Seed Grant Opportunities for Field Research
As part of our forest research and education mandate, the not-for-profit Aleza Lake Research Forest Society endeavors to make funds available each year for seed grants to UNBC and allied researchers undertaking new field research (or significant new directions of existing ALRF research) at the Aleza Lake Research Forest (or ALRF).
for details view SeedGrantOpportunity.pdf