This project charts the history of adaptive forest management in the Hinton area since the 1950s.
A sweeping story of the region, peppered with fascinating anecdotes and historical photographs.
The Forest History Program explores an overgrown, but not forgotten, episode in forestry.
By learning about the past, we can make wiser decisions today.
Mountain Trails: Memoirs of an Alberta Forest Ranger in the Mountains and Foothills of the Athabasca Forest 1920–1945
The life of a legendary ranger in Alberta.
Explore hundreds of historic points in Jasper National Park and the foothills.
Uncovering a piece of history.
Insight into the evolution of forestry in Alberta.
Harry Edgecombe was a long service Alberta Forest Service ranger who finished his career as an instructor at the Forest Technology School in Hinton.
The roots of the present lie deep in the past: a historical perspective on north american forestry policies and practices
Presentations from the 2004 CIF/SAF convention.