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This prestigious award recognizes individuals whose contributions promotes the advancement of environmental sciences, education in the field, and use of science in environmental policy and decision-making.
Dr. Stephanie Green, marine conservation researcher at the University of Alberta and BMSC instructor, is one of 21 leading sustainability scientists announced as the 2021 North American cohort of the Earth Leadership Program (ELP).
The BMSC Star, Volume 3 – December 2020
The Aquatic Research and Animal Care technician will be responsible for assisting with the day-to-day provision of research services and the ethical care of animals used in research.
BMSC enters into an historic agreement with the Huu-ay-aht First Nations to build a modern wastewater treatment plant in Bamfield, B.C.
The project encapsulates the shared vision and values of the Huu-ay-aht First Nations and the BMSC to promote the health and development of the community while reducing the impact of wastewater to protect the local marine environment.
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The Premier John Horgan and Huu-ay-aht Chief Councillor Robert J. Dennis Sr. announce that the province is partnering with Huu-ay-aht First Nations in support of a $30.7 million dollar investment to upgrade the Anacla/Bamfield Road.
Our Education Team will be providing online virtual field trips from September to December, 2020.