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UBC-led project with the Grizzly Bear Program Receives $1.4M for Research to Support Recovery Efforts
Grant from NSERC supports multi-disciplinary grizzly bear conservation research in Alberta.
Launched by the Healthy Landscapes Program and its partners, the site explores important topics for forest management through video and interactive content.
Press release related to the 2014 research of BMA 3 by the fRI Research Grizzly Bear Program.
New research project funding from SFI.
The Board of Directors of the Foothills Research Institute (fRI) is very pleased to welcome Bill Tinge as the new General Manager of fRI. Click here to view the press release.
The Berland Smoky area is a diverse landscape with a number of competing economic, social, cultural and environmental values.
There has been a change in leadership for the Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program. Don Podlubny retired from the position at the end of March and handed the reigns over to Dr. Keith McClain who recently retired from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development.
Hinton, Alberta… A new virtual knowledge network being developed by the Foothills Research Institute will connect researchers, policy-makers, practitioners and organizations to support land-use planning and decision-making.
The Board of Directors of the Foothills Research Institute (FRI) announces that Dr. Rick Bonar has been appointed President of the Institute. Dr. Bonar becomes the third President in FRI's 17-year history replacing Jim LeLacheur, who has served as President since 2004.