Registered Professional Biologist and Planner, Adriane Pollard, has been working to improve local protections of Coastal Douglas-fir associated ecological communities for over 25 years.
Widely misrepresented and misunderstood, bats are fascinating creatures with an essential role to play in ecosystem functionality.
Dr. Justin Suraci shares his experiences studying predator-prey relationships in the Coastal Douglas-fir (CDF) ecosystems of the Gulf Islands.
This article synthesises the information shared by the eighteen experts who contributed to Project TEACH.
In this article, Elke Wind describes the amphibian species common to the Coastal Douglas-fir biogeoclimatic zone; identifies their preferred habitat types; and makes recommendations for strengthening amphibian protection.
Despite significant losses to biodiversity and connectivity in the Coastal Douglas-fir forests of southern British Columbia, management regimes continue to honor practices that value profits over preservation. According to this interview with registered professional forester, Satnam Manhas, management practices that consider ecology first are required to maintain ecological and economic viability. What is the Coastal…
It is well known among foresters and ecologists in British Columbia that the Coastal Douglas-fir (CDF) biogeoclimatic zone is among the most threatened assemblages of habitats in the province.
This report provides an overview of municipal tree bylaws in BC highlighting ways tree bylaw components impact tree protection.
The Islands Trust was created to protect the unique ecosystems of BC’s Gulf Islands, without being given the authority to do so. But rather than protecting the environment from potentially harmful human activities, the Islands Trust is now protecting human activities that harm the environment.