Annual Researchers’ Forum
- Start Date: October 17, 2022
- End Date: October 18, 2022
- Time: See schedule
- City: Radium BC
- Venue: Radium Hot Springs Centre, 4863 Stanley Street
- Call for Presentations now open
The Columbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology (CMI) hosts an annual event where we gather ecologists (of various descriptions!) to provide updates on ecological projects taking place in southeastern British Columbia, such as field trials, new restoration projects and their associated community initiatives, ecosystem monitoring and research, etc. These updates cover a wide range of topics and species. This is an informal atmosphere and everyone is invited to attend.
This event travels around the Columbia Mountains area to small communities and this year our Researchers’ Forum is coming to Radium, BC. We’ll gather on October 17th-18th. We’ll host presentations and a social on the Monday, and field trips on the Tuesday to nearby ecology projects. This year we’d like to emphasize the theme of restoration, although all proposals sharing ecological projects in the area are welcomed.
A detailed schedule will be posted to this event page closer to the event, as well as a list of presenters and field trip opportunities.
Call for Presentations
For anyone interested in offering a 5, 10 or 15 minute presentation, bringing a poster, or lead a local field trip, please check out the submission guidelines. Please submit all presentation and field trip ideas to email@example.com by September 12, 2022.
Registration details coming soon.
Where to stay
The lovely folks at the Bighorn Resort have offered us a discount on rooms. Note that you are with “CMI” or “The Columbia Mountains Institute” to receive your discount. You’ll need to phone in to make the booking.
Discounted rates are as follows:
Guest room: $109
One Bedroom: $149
Two bedroom: $229
Three bedroom: $289
CMI will be following the guidelines provided by the Province of BC’s Public Health Authority to keep us all safe during the COVID19 Pandemic. See here for current protocols – all students must review this document before the field component of this course.