Forestry and Forest Ecosystems

BC Forest Practices Board

The Forest Practices Board conducts audits and investigations and issues public reports on how well industry and government are meeting the intent of British Columbia’s forest practices legislation.

BC Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations

This is the home page of the BC Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations.

BC Mushrooms – (Coastal Western Hemlock Zone)

This web page is intended to aid foresters, naturalists and amateur mycologists with the recognition of some macrofungi found in southcoastal British Columbia, Canada.

Canadian Forest Service/ Pacific Forestry Centre

The Pacific Forestry Centre is one of five Canadian Forest Service research and development centres committed to the sustainable development and competitiveness of the Canadian forest sector.

Centre for Livelihoods and Ecology

The Centre for Livelihoods and Ecology at Royal Roads University conducts strategic and applied research to encourage the wise use of natural resources as a way to diversify and sustain rural communities.

Non-Timber Forest Products Information Exchange

This American website contains conservation and development information on commercial, recreational, and subsistence extraction of non-timber forest products. oriented toward commercial non-timber forest product resources for small to medium-sized lands in the United States.

Resilience and Climate Change: Adaptation Potential for Ecological Systems and Forest Management in the West Kootenays

Climate change is with us, and is having visible effects on forests in the West Kootenay today. Future changes are predicted to be significant in terms of increasing temperatures and reduced moisture—particularly in summer. These changes have the potential to cause significant shifts in the ecosystems we are familiar with, and in how they currently function. A recently completed two year integrated Vulnerability Assessment in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia was aimed at exploring these future changes. The main goals of the assessment were to increase knowledge about regional climate change and ecological resilience, and enhance the capacity of forest managers to adapt to the challenges of climate change. Project reports are available at the website.

United States Forest Service Fire Effects Information System

FEIS summarizes and synthesizes research about living organisms in the United States—their biology, ecology, and relationship to fire.

University of British Columbia – Faculty of Forestry

Within the UBC Faculty of Forestry, there are several research groups and projects. Visit the website of each project to find out more.


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  • Revelstoke, British Columbia V0E 2S0
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