Peter Bentley makes largest-ever gift to Forestry

Peter Bentley makes largest-ever gift to Forestry

Thanks to a $1 million gift from Peter Bentley, the Loon Lake Dining Hall will be replaced by 2015.

Tune in to clean wood

Tune in to clean wood

With the same technology that carries tunes through the airwaves into your old AM/FM radio, Stavros Avramidis decontaminates wood.

Notice of building closure June 18

The Forest Sciences Centre will be closed on June 18, 2013 while the University conducts an emergency response exercise. Access to the building and the surrounding area (including Tim Hortons) will be denied between 8:00am and 1:00pm. For more information, please visit the UBC Risk Management website.

A hobbyist bird watcher from Spain, Carlos Molina completed a master’s in Forestry and is moving to Prince George for work. Martin Dee Photograph

New Life in Old Growth Forests

Carlos Molina arrived from Spain to be among the first Master’s of Sustainable Forest Management graduates A birder, mountaineer and backcountry skier, Spanish-born Carlos Molina is a natural for the West Coast. But it wasn’t the call of the wild that brought him to B.C.—it was Europe’s economic crisis. In 2008, at the height of […]

Exploring Forestry in Mexico

Exploring Forestry in Mexico

The biggest challenge for us in this management project is understanding the cultural history and life of Mexican forests found in the Meseta de Tapalpa region.

Visualizing Climate Change

When it comes to climate change, UBC Forestry Prof. Stephen Sheppard and SALA Adjunct Prof. David Flanders know that pictures speak louder than words. The Decision Theatre at UBC’s Collaborative for Advanced Landscape Planning (CALP) uses computer-generated visualizations, grounded in scientific data, to help communities and policymakers understand the local impacts of climate change and […]

Biofuels: Rushing Mother Nature

What’s standing in the way of taking biofuels from the forests to the highway? UBC Forestry Prof. Jack Saddler provides a sneak peek at what scientists are doing to bring biofuels to your local pump by 2020.

Mother Tree

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