Caribou and Connectivity

Nicole DollBlog, Education, Woodland Caribou

Landscape connectivity in ecology can be defined as “the degree to which the landscape facilitates or impedes movement among resource patches”. Habitat connectivity is essential for caribou survival.

Woodland Caribou (Boreal Population)

Caitlyn AnhornBlog, Education, Woodland Caribou

Woodland caribou stands in forest

Woodland caribou are a large mammal species that often get mistaken for moose on the Canadian quarter. They are an iconic species that roams the boreal forest as an indicator and umbrella species and they play a critical role to some Indigenous communities.

Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement: 11 Years later

Nicole DollBlog, Education, Woodland Caribou

Caribou walking in a boreal clearing

The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA) was a historic agreement made in 2010 with the Forest Product Association of Canada (FPAC) and its member companies, as well as various environmental groups. It is a collaborative, multi-year agreement committed to achieving goals related to both environmental and economic sustainability in the boreal forest.