The boreal forest makes up most of the last of the world's remaining intact forests.
Speaking at a recent Alberta Chamber of Resources forum on the boreal and biodiversity werer: Cathy Wilkinson of the Canadian Boreal Initiative, Harry Stelfox from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, forest ecologist Simon Dyer from Alberta Pacific Forest Industries Inc, Gary Stewart of Ducks Unlimited Canada, ILM researcher Dr. Phillip Lee from the University of Alberta, and the Alberta Research Council's Dr. Jim Schieck, lead scientist on the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Program.
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ITEM:1TITLE: Cathy Wilkinson, Director, Canadian Boreal Initiative
SUBJECT: #124 ACR Boreal Forum: Canadian Boreal Initiative
ITEM:2TITLE: Harry Stelfox, Senior Manager, Intergovernmental Relations and Resource Policy , Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
SUBJECT: #124 ACR Boreal Forum: Alberta's Biodiversity Strategy
ITEM:3TITLE: Simon Dyer, Forest Ecologist, Alberta Pacific Forest Industries Inc
SUBJECT: #124 ACR Boreal Forum: AlPac's Boreal Conservation Strategies
ITEM:4TITLE: Gary Stewart, Ducks Unlimited Canada
SUBJECT: #124 ACR Boreal Forum: Boreal Wetlands Conservation
ITEM:5TITLE: Dr. Phillip Lee, Senior Research Associate, ILM Program, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #124 ACR Boreal Forum: ILM - Best Practices Still Aren't Enough
ITEM:6TITLE: Dr. Jim Schieck, Research Ecologist, Alberta Research Council
SUBJECT: #124 ACR Boreal Forum: Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Program