Dr. Juan Carlos wanted to add a practical / hands on component to his UNBC Forestry 209 class. I had a great day hosting this field tour visiting old growth and managed areas while discussing stand dynamics, impacts of climate, slope, aspect, soil and water on tree growth.
We count it a privilege to host tours on the Research Forest.
Hugo Asselin from the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue along with Gary Wilson of UNBC came out for a tour and snow show through the Forest. Hugo haSocial and Aboriginal Forestry, Forest Ecology, Paleoecology, Dendrochronology, Anthracology
Getting an opportunity to get your first job can be a challenge. At Aleza Lake RF we are planning to help bridge that gap. We will start accepting applications Feb. 22. Check back here for more details!