October 10, 2023 | Author: UBC Forestry
A new project led by fourth-year UBC Forestry undergraduate student Alexandra Thomas highlights how Indigenous knowledge about the healing and nurturing properties of the land could help mitigate negative health effects from climate change-related events, such as extreme heat, in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
September 26, 2023 | Author: UBC Forestry
A winning mindset drove 2023 Alumni Builder Award recipient Reid Carter to excel and give back. No stranger to putting in long hours and pivoting when necessary to achieve academically and professionally, Reid always kept his sights firmly set on his goals.
August 8, 2023 | Author: UBC Forestry
Follow UBC Forestry alum Mark McDonald through his career from arborist with a private landscaping company to parks forester foreperson with the City of Burnaby.
August 2, 2023 | Author: UBC Forestry
We are pleased to announce that UBC Forestry alum Dr. David Brand, PhD’85, has been named this year’s recipient of the 2023 alumni UBC Entrepreneurship Award! With over 40 years of experience, Brand has become an internationally influential trailblazer in forestry investing in support of a sustainable future.
July 31, 2023 | Author: UBC Forestry
The burgeoning tall wood building field has opened up a multitude of new avenues for research and innovation, sparking the launch of the Sustainable Timber Built Environment (STBE) cluster at UBC Forestry in 2022.
July 19, 2023 | Author: UBC Forestry
The new IBioS Collaboratory is an innovation incubator that brings together researchers from multiple disciplines.
Posted in: Branchlines Articles, Highlights
Tagged with: Biodiversity, Biodiversity Conservation, Botany, Forest Conservation Sciences, Forest Resources Management, IBioS, Interdisciplinary Biodiversity Solutions
July 6, 2023 | Author: UBC Forestry
After half a century among our Faculty ranks, we spotlight Sue’s legacy as she enters her well-deserved retirement.
June 28, 2023 | Author: UBC Forestry
While working for then BC coastal forest company MacMillan Bloedel in the early days of her career, Linda Coady (BA’74) took part in discussions to resolve land use conflicts over Clayoquot Sound and the Great Bear Rainforest. We sat down with Linda to learn more about her work and the evolution of sustainable approaches to forestry in BC.