Rocky Mountain Section (RMS) is the home to CIF members from Alberta. Its members have a long history in the Management, Research and Policy Development for the forests of Alberta and elsewhere.
CIF Rocky Mountain Section
The CIF's RMS members have taken on many roles in Alberta forestry, including: developing forest land use policy, directing the silviculture or reclamation of disturbed forest stands, finding ways to reduce risks of fire or insects, modelling development of stands and landscapes over time, contributing to the education of new forest managers or conducting research on forest ecology, fire, insects, or management of forests.
The CIF RMS often hosts technical sessions for its member and other interested parties. The intent of the sessions is to offer insights and perspectives on current issues related to forests and their management.
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Wildfires play a key role in forest ecosystems and create new opportunities for an abundance of different species. Prescribed burns are used throughout the province of Alberta to help mitigate for large wildfire and replicate natural disturbance in the ecosystems. #Regenerationhttps://t.co/b7lUholIoL
Canadian Institute of Forestry Rocky Mountain Section is proud to provide seminars, workshops, and conferences throughout the year. Such events are excellent opportunties for members to receive updates, continuing education and networking connections.
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