Healthy Landscapes Program
In 2012, the fRI Research Natural Disturbance Program changed its name to the Healthy Landscapes Program to reflect an expanded program vision.
The program carries out research, develops models, and does communication and education to support ecosystem-based management.
Healthy Landscapes Program Annual Report 2016-17
Annual report from fRI Research's Healthy Landscapes Program providing an update on current and recently completed projects.Read More
Launched by the Healthy Landscapes Program and its partners, the site explores important topics for forest management through video and interactive content.Explore
Stony 800 Healthy Landscapes Pilot Project
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.Read More
Understanding Public Perceptions in an Effort to Enhance Public Outreach for, and Advance the Implementation of, Ecosystem-Based Management
Communication and education project from the Healthy Landscapes Program.
Research project from the Healthy Landscapes Program
Research project from the Healthy Landscapes Program.
Research project from the Healthy Landscapes Program on meso-scale wildfire patterns.
This demonstration project studies teh degree to which the local biota respond to historical disturbance patterns