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eRoot Cause Analysis (eRCA)The eRCA FundamentalsTM course, presented by Sologic, allows participants to gain familiarity and confidence with the Sologic RCA (Root Cause Analysis) method in a three-hour, self-paced course.  PRD_EROOT
C3 Alliance - BC Natural Resources Forum: Prince GeorgeThis forum brings together people from BC's industries, communities and various levels of government to collaborate and explore ways to develop our diverse resource sectors, grow our economy, and provide benefits to communities.Jan 16, 2018Prince George BCPRD_C30118
CCPA: An Evening with Winona LaDukeThe Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the Corporate Mapping Project are hosting a public event featuring Winona LaDuke, internationally renowned environmental activist working on issues of sustainable development and renewable energy.Jan 19, 2018Vancouver BCPRD_WCEL01
CIF-Vancouver Section Dinner 23 Jan 2018Canadian Institute of Forestry-Vancouver presents its January 23rd dinner meeting presentations. Please join CIF-Vancouver for dinner and networking before hearing from the speakers. Attendance is eligible for claiming as a Professional Development Continuing Education activity. CIF members and other interested parties are welcome to attend.Jan 23, 2018Vancouver BCPRD_CIFV02
Erosion and Sediment Control - Planning and DesignThis erosion and sediment control course, through a series of practical exercises and case-studies, gives the course participants experience in site and construction methodology assessment as it pertains to erosion and sediment control and the application, design, quantification and prescription of erosion and sediment control practices.Jan 23, 2018North Vancouver BCPRD_ESCPD
After the Fires: A World Cafe about the 2017 BC WildfiresA free, grassroots and facilitated gathering open to all. Using the 'World Cafe' format, it is an opportunity to speak and listen to one another about the experiences and the learnings from the 2017 wildfires in BC. Together, the group gathering will reflect on the fires and the smoke and the impact on Kamloops and surrounding area. Join host Dan Hines for this consideration of what you experienced in the summer. Opportunities to share and further reflection on what was learned and what actions need to be put in place.Jan 28, 2018Kamloops BCPRD_CAFE
Restoration for Resilience: Ecological Restoration in C21Society for Ecological Restoration - Western Canada (SERWC), in partnership with the joint Ecological Restoration program of British Columbia Institute of Technology and Simon Fraser University. Resilience is a hot and challenging topic in scientific and social aspects of restoration and reclamation, resource management, and community planning.Feb 13, 2018Burnaby BCPRD_SERWC
NRTG: Electrofishing CertificationNRTG's Electrofishing Certification course is approved by WorksafeBC (British Columbia), and endorsed by Worksafe agencies throughout Canada. This course is two days in duration, and includes a Day One classroom lecture and demonstration followed by a Day Two field practicum session.Feb 20, 2018Courtenay BCPRD_NRTG01
FBC: Legal Implications of Climate Change for ProfessionalsFraser Basin Council and Engineers and Geoscientists BC are hosting this one-day workshop for professionals on how climate change could impact their professional roles and responsibilities. The aim of the workshop is to encourage professionals to integrate climate change considerations into their decision-making and empower them to make the case for adaptation within their organizations.Feb 22, 2018Vancouver BCPRD_FBC01
CIF-Vancouver Section Dinner 27 Feb 2018Canadian Institute of Forestry-Vancouver presents its February 27th dinner meeting presentations. Please join CIF-Vancouver for dinner and networking before hearing from the speakers. Attendance is eligible for claiming as a Professional Development Continuing Education activity. CIF members and other interested parties are welcome to attend.Feb 27, 2018Vancouver BCPRD_CIFV03
Northern Silviculture 2018 Winter ConferenceThe NSC Winter Conference Organizing Committee is busily working on creating an agenda for the 2018 NSC Winter Conference which will be taking place on February 27-28, 2018 at the Prince George Civic Centre, in Prince George, BC. The theme of this year's conference will be, Managing for resilience and mid-term timber supply on a dynamic landbase.Feb 27, 2018Prince George BCPRD_NSWM
2018 Coastal Silviculture Committee (CSC) Winter WorkshopThe Coastal Silviculture Committee is an ad hoc organization of forest professionals whose prime objective is to disseminate current technical forest management and silvicultural information to all forest practitioners and the public in coastal British Columbia. Join them for their 2018 Winter Workshop, "Is Silviculture a True Team Sport?" Exploring New Information, Collaboration and Professionalism.Feb 28, 2018Nanaimo BCPRD_CSC
NRTG: RISC Archaeology & CMT Training, Crew MembersNRTG's The RISC Archaeology & CMT Inventory Training for Crew Members course is a five-day applied training program that provides participants with introductory research and sampling skills in the field of archaeology and heritage resources.Mar 05, 2018Vernon BCPRD_NRTG02
ForestTECHXInternational experts and foresters from countries with strong technical networks are coming together to a new forestry technology conference in early March 2018. The ForestTECHX 2018 Conference will provide managers and technical staff from forestry companies with a timely and independent overview of lidar, geomatics and data collection tools with a focus on unlocking the true value of data for forest operations. A chance to meet and hear from the latest innovators in the North American forest industry.Mar 07, 2018Richmond BCPRD_FTECH
CIF-Vancouver Island Section Dinner 8 Mar 2018Canadian Institute of Forestry-Vancouver Island presents its March 8thdinner meeting presentations. Join fellow resource and ecology professionals, resource and ecology students, and lifelong learners on March 8, 2018, for an evening of delicious food and captivating presentations featuring Valentin Schaefer (PhD) from the University of Victoria's Ecological Restoration Program.Mar 08, 2018Victoria BCPRD_CIFVI1
UNBC: Ecological Field Data Collection WorkshopThe purpose of this three-day field and class based course is to introduce forestry practitioners to the theory and practice of Biogeoclimatic Ecosystem Classification (BEC). Participants will learn basic BEC theory and the skills and techniques necessary to classify, describe and map eco-types in the Haida Gwaii area.Mar 14, 2018Haida Gwaii BCPRD_UNBC01
Enviro Field Procedures: Works In & About Water PractitionerEnvironmental Field Procedures for Works In and About Water Practitioner (EFPP) describes construction procedures commonly used for construction in and about waterbodies by presenting their respective applications, planning considerations, design requirements, field implementation procedures, and advantages/limitations.Mar 19, 2018North Vancouver BCPRD_EFPP
CIF-Vancouver Section Dinner 27 Mar 2018Canadian Institute of Forestry-Vancouver presents its March 27th dinner meeting presentations. Please join CIF-Vancouver for dinner and networking before hearing from the speakers. Attendance is eligible for claiming as a Professional Development Continuing Education activity. CIF members and other interested parties are welcome to attend.Mar 27, 2018Vancouver BCPRD_CIFV04
UNBC: Ecological Field Data Collection WorkshopThe purpose of this three-day field and class based course is to introduce forestry practitioners to the theory and practice of Biogeoclimatic Ecosystem Classification (BEC). Participants will learn basic BEC theory and the skills and techniques necessary to classify, describe and map eco-types in the Okanagan Shuswap Forest District.Mar 27, 2018Vernon BCPRD_UNBC02
COFI 2018 Annual ConventionThe BC Council of Forest Industries will hold its Annual Convention, the largest gathering of the forest sector in Western Canada. It attracts industry CEOs, vice presidents, executives, senior managers from continental North America and overseas companies, senior representatives from customers, suppliers, financial institutions, law firms, as well as government leaders from local, provincial and federal governments.Apr 04, 2018Prince George BCPRD_COFI