Heatwaves in the Pacific Northwest are bad news for the coastal temperate rainforest.
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I didn’t get today’s blog post written yesterday, in large part because I’m rethinking what I want to write about here and what I want … Read more
An ode to WS Merwin, who passed away last week.
Last month, Dezene Huber, a professor at the University of Northern British Columbia, tweeted this photo of BC’s mighty Fraser River in Prince George. Doesn’t … Read more
Road crossings over streams (often constructed using a culvert) can significantly affect fish by changing stream channel morphology, constricting streamflow, and ultimately making it difficult … Read more
I recently had the good fortune to interview Dr. Kathy Bleiker, a research entomologist at Natural Resources Canada’s Pacific Forestry Centre, for my Women in … Read more
In the far southwestern corner of Alberta, tucked up against the eastern flanks of the Rocky Mountains, is the Star Creek watershed. Seen from the … Read more
You’re standing on a stream bank in your local mountain watershed. The sun is rising, warming the back of your head, and you see a … Read more