Bulkley Valley Research Centre - Science in the Public Interest

A New Strategic Plan

The Bulkley Valley Research Centre (BVRC) is an independent, not-for-profit society conducting high-quality, interdisciplinary research on natural and cultural resources. We create learning and extension opportunities for both our members and the community through workshops, conferences and other networking events, and support our community by promoting the region and investing locally.

The Board of Directors has just approved the Strategic Plan for 2018-2022. To review the direction of the BVRC for next five years, CLICK HERE.

Featured Research

Morice Monitoring Trust - Year 2

Led by Don Morgan, Bulkley Valley Research Centre and BC Ministry of Environment, Smithers, BC

The Morice Water Monitoring Trust (MWMT) is directed through its Trust Agreement to be responsible for monitoring the implementation and effectiveness of British Columbia/Wet’suwet’en government-to-government agreements, and related natural resource management activities, plans, and policies in the Morice Water Management Area (the “Morice Plans”).

Featured Event

From bogs to bays: Watershed exports link Pacific coastal temperate rainforests to marine ecosystems

Wednesday February 21, 2018  12:00pm-1:00pm

The Old Church (corner of First Avenue and King Street) - Smithers, BC

About this presentation
The coastal temperate rainforests (CTR) of British Columbia are dynamic zones for the transfer of water and carbon from land to sea. However, little is known about the quantity or quality of carbon exported from the CTR or its fate in coastal ocean food webs. This...