Kitsumkalum

An opportunity to learn outside, improve field research skills, and experience the culture and environment that makes our region unique.

If you are interested in the outdoors, field research, and environmental stewardship, then this field school is for you. You will work with a team of students, instructors, and members of the Kitsumkalum Band to assess ecological diversity, the effects of disturbance, land use issues and ecosystem management.  A portion of the field school will be spent collecting and analyzing data and working in a field classroom and lab at Pine Lake.

Courses | 6 credits:

BIOL 208 - Biology of Plants
GEOG 210 - Environments and Society

This field school combines Biology of Plants and Environments and Society in an intensive, interdisciplinary field school with a spatial focus on the Kitsumkalum watershed.

Admission requirements

  • Successful admission to the University Credit program
  • Meet all individual course pre-requisites
  • Permission of the Instructor

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Dates and locations

May 26 to June 9, 2018

  • Terrace campus
  • Kitsumkalum watershed

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