Kootenay Conservation Program - Faces & Places - Marc Trudeau

Join Marc Trudeau for the fourth and final webinar in the KCP Winter Webinar Series. Marc is the coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Trench Natural Resources Society and will be discussing Ecosystem Restoration (ER) in the Rocky Mountain Trench.

As long ago as the 1950s, it was becoming evident that the grasslands and open forests of the Southern Trench were changing for the worse. Modern-day wildfire suppression was bringing an end to the cycle of frequent, low intensity fires that maintained these ecosystems for thousands of years. In this webinar, we will discuss the impacts of wildfire suppression, fire ecology, ER strategies, operations and monitoring within the Rocky Mountain Trench.

Marc  Trudeau is a Registered Forest Technician, having graduated with a Diploma in Integrated Forest Resource Management in 1997 from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Marc has extensive experience working in the natural resources management in British Columbia. His current role as coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Trench Natural Resources Society is relatively new and is actively involved in delivering Ecosystem Restoration Projects in the Rocky Mountain Trench.

2019: WEBINAR 4

Rocky Mountain Trench Ecosystem Restoration Program
Thursday, March 7, 2019

This webinar was presented in collaboration with the Columbia Basin Watershed Network