Check out our Fall 2020 Branchlines, Volume 31. This edition looks at how road visibility may influence grizzly bear movements, studying apes during COVID-19, a novel portable DNA detection method, and Vancouverites’ knowledge of invasive species. Want to learn more? Read on!
October 16, 2020 Author: UBC Forestry
Posted in: Branchlines
The future of forestry is now. Led by innovative thinkers, groundbreaking technology and pressing social and environmental need, the forestry profession of today is addressing some of the most pressing challenges of our time. This issue takes a deep dive into sustainable forest management and the diversity of perspectives and approaches that are shaping it.…Read More Fall 2022 Branchlines
UBC Forestry will host 10 undergraduate students from Indonesia this fall, thanks to the Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards (IISMA) program. The program gives top Indonesian students the opportunity to take university classes not typically offered in their own country, and further develop leadership skills in a multicultural setting.Read More UBC Faculty of Forestry Hosting Undergraduate Indonesian Students This Fall