ADVENTURES IN FORESTRY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
 
MAY 22 - 26, 2019
 
(  2018 student participants )
 
 
Adventures in Forestry and Environmental studies is an annual program developed for deserving grade 10 - 12 students to participate with 30 or more other students in learning about careers in forestry and environment.
 
Past participants in this program have, since 1990, gone on to universities and colleges on their first step towards a career in forestry or environment.  Students who complete this program are eligible to apply for an annual $1,000 bursary.
 
 
The adventure takes place over 4 days, May 22 - 26, 2019 and includes these activities:
 
  • Tours of sawmill, pulpmill, tree nursery, air tanker base, reforestation site and a bioenergy facility.
  • Education facilities include College of New Caledonia, University of Northern British Columbia, and the John Brink Trades and Technology Center.
  • Hands on experience tree planting, fire suppression, forest surveys, fish sampling and forest ecology
  • Social activities include and evening BBQ and a bowling event.
 
Visiting students will be picked up and dropped off at the airport and will be hosted by billeting Rotarians.
 
More information can be found on the adventure brochure, the link to which can be found under Program Information to the left.
 
Please direct any inquiries to:
 
REGISTRAR VISITING STUDENTS:
 
Brian Leslie
 
B.R. Leslie and Associates
#214 - 6450 Dawson Road
Prince George, B.C.
V2K 5Y4
 
E:  brlcanada@gmail.com
P:  778-415-9399
 
REGISTRAR LOCAL STUDENTS:
 
Matt Hutcheon
 
E: matt.hutcheon@gmail.com
P: 778-349-3967