Branchlines, Vol. 22, no. 4 Watts, Susan B.; University of British Columbia. Faculty of Forestry
Dean's message (John L. Innes). Learning by experience. Forestry Co-op. Faculty member awards. New dual forestry masters program. Promoting the importance of forests. Record enrollment in the Faculty of Forestry. Major new forestry award. Networking amongst Forestry Deans. Links with India strengthened. Can lodgepole pine provide its own nitrogen? The changing face of preservative-treated wood. Understanding rock climbers’ attitudes to the environment. Tree cavities – a vital wildlife habitat. Woodpeckers and Aspen. Woodpecker Legacies. Decay Legacies. Breeding without breeding – the rest of the story (Dr Yousry El-Kassaby). Indigenous perspectives on climate change adaptation. Innovative communication of science for graduate students. Development & alumninews. (Emma Starritt Director of Development). Private foundation supports student work experiences. Student award captures alumnus’ beliefs and hopes. New staff contact. Reunions and events. Alumni in action. Making a difference. New Master of Sustainable Forest Management degree.
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