Bulkley Valley Research Centre - Science in the Public Interest

About the BVRC

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. Our purpose is to provide the science required for sustainable resource management.

Membership and Donations

Anyone can become a member of the BVRC — individuals, organizations, companies, small businesses, First Nations groups, governments, and universities. Find out more here.

Featured Research

Upper Bulkley and Morice Water Sustainability Views

Led by Ian Sharpe BSC., MSc.

In the Upper Bulkley and Morice basins of the Skeena watershed, climate change and human induced stresses are contributing to the degradation of aquatic resources, including salmon populations. It is apparent that collaborative efforts to better manage and adapt to these stresses are needed. This...

Seminar Series

From September through May of each year, the Bulkley Valley Research Centre hosts public seminars every second Wednesday over the lunch hour.

WHEN: Every second Wednesday @ 12:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Current BVRC members will receive a Zoom invite; non-members can email info@bvcentre.ca for the link.

ARCHIVE: Visit the BVRC YouTube Channel to view recordings of past seminars. Recent seminars will be available within 1-2 weeks.