What is Natural Resources Management?
Natural resources management is the stewardship of both public and private (mainly) forested landscapes, with the intention of reaching a balance between ecological sustainability, economic viability, and societal acceptance of prescribed land use. It employs a scientific approach, using a foundation of ecological health, best business practices, professional ethics, traditional values, transparency and public participation.
Interested in Natural Resources Management?
The primary objective of the Faculty of Natural Resources Management is to advance the practice of natural resources management in Canada by producing skilled and educated foresters and environmental managers who have the desire to manage forests and forested landscapes for the benefit of both society and the natural environment.
Wetlands should be seen as a key part of sustainable agriculture
PhD student Paul Benalcazar, along with three other PhD scholarship recipients from the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI), recently... full story