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Effectiveness Monitoring for Ecosystem Restoration Projects
At this workshop participants will learn how to develop effective monitoring programs for evaluating their ecosystem restoration projects.

Feb 23, 2022 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Michael Miller
Plant Ecologist @LGL Limited
Dr. Michael Miller is a practising plant ecologist with over 20 years of experience studying community dynamics in both terrestrial and wetland environments. He has conducted long-term plot monitoring, wetland delineation and classification, botanical inventories, species-at-risk assessments, invasive species management, mitigation, and ecosystem restoration. For the past 13 years, he has conducted effectiveness monitoring for a range of BC Hydro restoration projects in Kinbasket and Arrow Reservoirs, including studies on the effectiveness of revegetation efforts to restore and enhance wildlife habitat, and has also been closely engaged with monitoring studies of reclaimed industrial sites in the Alberta oil sands region.
Marc Trudeau
Registered Forest Technician/Coordinator @Rocky Mountain Trench Natural Resources Society
Marc Trudeau is a Registered Forest Technician with the Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals and is the Coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Trench Natural Resources Society since June 2018. The Trench Society is a coalition of nine ranching, hunting, environmental and wildlife organizations working together to restore and conserve the grasslands and open forests in the East Kootenays.