Annual report from fRI Research's Healthy Landscapes Program providing an update on current and recently completed projects.
Traditional and Historical Land-use
Peter Murphy's 1999 interview of Amelia Spanach for the Forest History Program.
Part of the Forest History Program Interview Series.
Jim Clark worked in Alberta as assistant chief forester, assistant woodlands manager, and eventually woodlands manager, until his retirement in 1985.
Reg Loomis was one of the first professional foresters to work for the Alberta Forest Service, and the most profoundly influential.
Hugh Lougheed, at the time of this interview, was the Management Forester for Weldwood of Canada’s Hinton operation.
Mr. Crossley was a most active member of the Canadian Institute of Forestry, at both the regional and national levels, since 1936.
The roots of the present lie deep in the past: a historical perspective on north american forestry policies and practices
Video from the plenary session The Roots of the Present Lie Deep in the Past.
Jack Glen, c. late 1930s
About In this study, we design and test the ability of what we call a Healthy Landscape planning approach to create more sustainable future landscape on an industrially modified 330,000-hectare area in northeastern Alberta.
Annual report summarizing some of the activities of fRI Research programs for the 2014–15 fiscal year.
Peer-reviewed paper related to work from the fRI Research Healthy Landscapes Program