Meconella Update

Following our early spring 2014 sighting of a single white meconella, or Meconella oregana, plant having potentially grown from the seeds we planted last year, we sprung into action and moved ahead to try a second year at reintroducing the species to Mt. Sutil’s mossy sun-soaked cliffs. We subsequently went up in mid-May and early […]

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The Coastal Douglas-fir Zone

The Coastal Douglas-fir zone (map) is not only small, it is also the area of highest development in British Columbia, with nearly half its area considered permanently altered by urban development. This precious bioregion is so unique because of its geology, geography and hydrology —all of which affect its biology. One of the defining features […]

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Mt. Sutil White Meconella

We have confirmed a sighting of Meconella oregana at our planting site on Mt. Sutil! This confirms that our re-introduction of this delicate species at risk is seeing some success, and we will continue our efforts. Below is a photo of a flower we documented in our planting site, taken by Lia Chalifour with Ken Millard.

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Thank You to Our Past Interns

The following is a list of our past student interns. Year Name Country Project 2004 Ian Sargeant Scotland Forest Restoration 2005 Nina Koele Holland Soil Chemistry Study/Forest  Restoration Monitoring 2005 Eva Meier Germany Biodiversity Monitoring 2005 Thea Wiesinger Germany Biodiversity Monitoring 2006 Klara Jansson Denmark Forest Restoration 2006 Sabine Luning Germany Great Beaver Swamp Management […]

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