Bulkley Valley Research Centre - Science in the Public Interest

Items of Interest

Update on our 2009 scholarship recipient - Nicole Glover

Nicole Glover, the 2009 recipient of the Bulkley Valley Research Centre’s Irving Fox Memorial Scholarship for Natural Resources Research Management, is finishing school this summer (2012) and hoping to find resource...

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Open House to Review Draft Summer RAMP

Community members will have the opportunity to review the summer Recreation Access Management Plan at an open house being held this Friday and Saturday (June 22 and 23) from 4 to 8 p.m. at Northwest Community College.

The draft has also been posted to the BVCRB website at www.bvcrb.ca/ramp and...

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Vote for Whitebark Pine Research

The Bulkley Valley Research Centre recently received $10,000 for its work in whitebark pine research — but we can do better!

The total possible amount from this grant is $25,000, according to how many votes the project gets. So, if you care about whitebark pine research, vote for us. Here’s how:


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Update on our 2008 scholarship recipient - Erin Rechsteiner

Erin Rechsteiner was the 2008 recipient of the Bulkley Valley Research Centre’s Irving Fox Memorial Scholarship for Natural Resources Research Management. She went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Science, specializing in aquatic biology and geography, from Vancouver Island University later that...

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Expression of Interest for Vegetation Assessments (Closing Date May 4, 2012)

Expression of Interest

Vegetation Assessments
Dawson Creek, BC

Closing Date:
Friday, May 4, 2012

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PICS Internship Posting (Closing Date April 20, 2012)

PICS Internship Opportunity

Climate Change and Cumulative Impacts Research Assistant

Closing Date:
Friday, April 20, 2012

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Volunteer Award Presented at AGM

This year’s recipient of the Volunteer Award was Sybille Haeussler. Sybille was recognized for her project “Restoring Endangered Whitebark Pine Ecosystems of West Central British Columbia,” which she has been involved in since 2011. Threatened by the effects of climate change, mountain pine beetle,...

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Keeping Science Free of Policy Advocacy: A Practical Guide for Scientists - March 16

UNBC, Natural Resources & Environmental Studies Institute, Colloquium Series presents:

Robert Lackey, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University

Friday, March 16th, 2012, 3:30 pm

Sponsored by the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program

NRESI Colloquia can be watched live via the...

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