POSTERS: Responsible Recreation – Pathways, Practices and Possibilities
The following is the list of poster presenters and links to PDF versions of the posters presented May 9-10, 2023 at the Responsible Recreation conference.
- It does not take much: recreation impacts on wolverine habitat use in protected areas, Mirjam Barrueto, University of Calgary. Poster here.
- Responsible recreation in small BC communities and its challenges, Ximena Diaz Lopez, Outdoor Recreation Council of BC. Poster here.
- Environmentally responsible trail planning within Whistler’s Recreational Trails Strategy, Simon Fry, Cascade Environmental Resource Group Ltd. Poster here.
- Movement ecology of southern mountain caribou in response to COVID-19 lockdowns, Ryan Gill, University of British Columbia and Wildlife Science Centre. Poster here.
- Addressing the risk of non-motorized watercraft as a vector for spread of aquatic invasive species in the mountain national parks, Megan Goudie, Parks Canada. Poster here.
- Public lands reimagined: Bettering the relationship between wildlife and recreation across Washington State, Kurt Hellmann, Conservation Northwest. Poster here.
- Guidelines near wolverine dens in the montane regions of Western North America, Doris Hausleitner, Sepanee Ecological Consulting. Poster here.
- Caving, climbing and Chiroptera (bats!), Mandy Kellner, Ministry of Water, Land and Resource Stewardship. Poster here.
- Invasive species, the tourists we don’t want – What you can do to prevent the spread, Megan MacPhee, East Kootenay Invasive Species Society; Jessica Booth, Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society, Kalena Olynyk, Central Kootenay Invasive Species Society. Poster here.
- Recreation in bear country: towards understanding spatio-temporal overlap of recreation and grizzly bear habitat, Brynn McLellan, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative. Poster here.
- Seasonal trail restrictions to reduce grizzly bear-human conflict in Banff, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks, Steve Michel, Parks Canada Agency. Poster here.
- Recreation use patterns and grizzly bear den site encounters in Alberta national and provincial parks, Steve Michel, Parks Canada Agency. Poster here.
- Skiing in the trees: Collaborative Whitebark Pine recovery in ski tenures, Randy Moody, Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation of Canada and Natalie Stafl, Ecologist Team Leader, Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks. Poster here.
- Observe and report! Collecting valuable biodiversity data while recreating, Lara Phillips, Invasive Species Council of BC. Poster here.
- On the Positive Side: Outdoor recreation as a source of commitment toward conservation – a compelling real-world example, Yann Troutet, Association Eaux-Vives Mingaine. Poster here.