The award recognized Gord's "groundbreaking work in grizzly bear research and preservation."
Helping the TV crew was an opportunity to raise the profile of the Caribou Program's research.
You are invited to present posters of your mountain pine beetle research at the 2016 MPB and Stand Rehabilitation Research Forum and Field Tour.
Scat is a precious resource in ecology, rich in data that can tell us a lot about the size and health of herds.
Norbord Inc. is the newest fRI Research shareholder. Norbord is an international producer of wood-based panels operating in Canada, the US, and Europe.
To celebrate the first ever UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we profiled 3 of the many brilliant women working at fRI Research. Julie Duval, GIS Program Lead How did you get into STEM?
Caribou Program fieldwork doesn't have an off season. The field crew have been busily snowshoeing up and down seismic lines in caribou habitat, setting up trail cameras.
75 stakeholders came out to share their knowledge and identify needed future research.
The Caribou Program has a lot going on these days: field work, data analysis, paper writing and a brand new project! Here are some of the highlights.
Grizzly Bear Program Lead Gord Stenhouse has returned from the Second Svanhovd Brown Bear Seminar in Norway.
At fRI Research, we are proud of our exceptional science. To maintain that high standard, we have recruited four scientific experts to form the Science Advisory Committee (SAC).
The Water Program at fRI Research has received a grant from Alberta Environment and Parks’ Watershed Re