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!
A little known fact – Northern BC has carnivorous plants! Sundews attract, capture, and then digest their victims … ok their victims are small insects and not large mammals so we have nothing to fear from them. I never knew about them until a curious student from UNBC went looking. From James Jones, here is an introduction to his work
My research at the Aleza Lake Research Forest consists of two-fold approaches to examining the ecology of Sundews native to British Columbia, Canada (Drosera rotundifolia L. and Drosera anglica Huds.). Continue reading Carnivorous Plants of BC→