Location

Venue

The conference is being held at the Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, Canada.

Forest Sciences Centre
2424 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC
Canada

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About the Forestry Graduate Student Association (FGSA)

The Forestry Graduate Student Association (FGSA) represents all graduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Forestry and the University of British Columbia. All Forestry graduate students are automatically members of the FGSA. We are a diverse group of students from all around the world that have been brought together by our love of forests.

About the Faculty of Forestry

The Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia is one of the world’s leading forestry schools, offering a range of programs related to the science, art and practice of managing diverse ecosystems and landscapes, and the products and services that they generate. Our programs are intended to meet the growing demand for experts in conservation, forest sciences, forest management and wood sciences. Learn more on the Faculty of Forestry’s website.

About UBC

UBC is one of Canada’s leading research universities and the Point Grey campus is 30 minutes from the heart of downtown Vancouver, a spectacular location that is a ‘must-see’ for any visitor to the city — where snow-capped mountains meet ocean, and breathtaking vistas greet you around every corner. Learn more about UBC and its campuses.

About Vancouver

Vancouver Downtown Photo by: Tourism Vancouver

Vancouver Downtown
Photo by: Tourism Vancouver

Vancouver, British Columbia, is two cities rolled into one with interests for one and all. For an outdoor lover, this western Canadian city is a nature paradise, with miles of scenic hiking and bike trails that sweep along the Strait of Georgia, the tree-lined waterway that connects Vancouver with the Pacific Ocean. For urbanites, Vancouver is a sophisticated destination, with thriving immigrant enclaves, an ever-expanding restaurant scene, quirky neighborhoods, distinctive shops and lively bars that party all night. Part of the fun is weaving your way through Vancouver’s two sides, and realizing that’s why the city ranks as one of the world’s most livable places. Visit Tourism BC to find out more about Vancouver.

 

Cypress Mountain Photo by: Tourism Vancouver

Cypress Mountain
Photo by: Tourism Vancouver

Anthropology Museum @ UBC Photo by: Tourism Vancouver

Museum of Anthropology @ UBC
Photo by: Tourism Vancouver

Forest Sciences Centre

Forest Sciences Centre
Photo by: Guilhem Vellut

University of British Columbia - Photo by: Matthew Black

University of British Columbia – Irving K Barber Learning Centre
Photo by: Matthew Black

UBC Aerial

UBC Aerial

Forest Sciences Centre Walkway

Forest Sciences Centre Walkway