Tree Improvement Alberta field tour was well attended and well received
Register now for the 2013 Open House & Research Forum
The enhanced version of the Mountain Pine Beetle (MPB) Decision Support Tool (DST) web application is now live. A review of the of the first version of the DST lead to recommendations for specific improvements which are embodied in this version of the DST.
The Foothills Growth and Yield Association, established as part of the Foothills Research Institute program in 2000, has just released a report of the first 10 years of its in-depth study of the growth and yield of fire origin as well as regenerated lodgepole pine in Alb
Conference registration is now open for the Alberta Forest Growth Organization’s fall conference: Forests and Energy – Growing Towards a Carbon Neutral Alberta.
The Foothills Growth and Yield Association (FGYA) is a research cooperative administered by the Foothills Research Institute (FRI) on behalf of nine industrial sponsoring members.
The Alberta Forest Growth Organization held a 2nd Forest Offsets workshop, on May 6, 2010 in Edmonton, Alberta. The workshop titled "Getting Your Offsets to Market" was very successful, with more than 60 people attending.
The second workshop “Getting Your Offsets to Market” will be held on May 6th at Ramada Conference Centre on Kingsway Avenue in Edmonton, AB. We will build from the work presented at the January 20th Carbon 101 Workshop.
The Alberta Forest Growth Organization held their first workshop, Forest Offsets, on January 20, 2010 in Edmonton, Alberta. The presentations from that workshop are now available. If you would like to view, share or download the presentations click here.
AFGO's Forest Offsets Workshop #2 will take place on May 6, 2010 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This workshop will work towards identifying the business case for forest based carbon credits. Discussions and information from this meeting will provide input into the September conference.
The Alberta Forest Growth Organization held their first workshop, Forest Offsets, on January 20, 2010 in Edmonton, Alberta. The workshop covered all aspects of carbon management and was very successful, with more than 80 people attending.