We are a regional group that connects people working in the various fields of applied ecology. We're known for hosting balanced, science-driven conferences and specialized courses to present the newest information and methodologies.
CMI President, Carrie Nadeau, in the field
Tips and Tricks for the Organization and Analysis of Camera Trap Data Live webinar was Thu, Oct 8, 2020, a recording now available! Presenter: Chris Beirne, University of British Columbia, post-doc, Department of Forest Resources Management, WildCo lab. Researchgate . Twitter . Google Scholar In this webinar we will take you on a whistle-stop tour through the process of getting a […]
Tyson Ehler’s upcoming workshop is now certified with the Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) as a for-credit course! Students will earn 7 continuing education credits with SER’s Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner (CERP) program. We’re really excited about this workshop, find out more here: Introduction to Forest Fungi – bringing them out of the dark
We have a brand new course coming up this Sept with Peter Whitehead who will focus on the Fundamentals of science-based vegetation surveying & how to include the bryophytes and lichens. Peter introduce himself in this video and tells us a bit about what you can expect in this course.