LEAP

Download your FREE copy of our “Proactive Caribou Protection Through Linear Restoration” white paper

Happy LEAP Day! With the 2017 Federal caribou deadline approaching, many companies are working quickly to develop their strategies for caribou management. Silvacom recently completed a white paper on this subject, entitled “Proactive Caribou Protection Through Linear Restoration”, which highlights: The current state of caribou habitat in Alberta; Opportunities that exist for industry to be […]

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Ecosystem Services Selection: A 7 Step Process

The Ecosystem Services Assessment project partners (Silvacom, Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI), Alberta Innovates Technology Futures (AITF) and Alberta Environment and Parks) have launched Phase 2 of the ‘Assessing the Ecosystem Services Benefits of the Algar LEAP Project’, and part of this phase was the development of an Ecosystem Services 7 Step Selection Criteria Process. […]

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Spring Update – The Algar Ecosystem Service Assessment Phase 2

Phase 2 of the Algar Ecosystem Service Assessment project (ES Phase 2) began back in March of this year. The ES Phase 2 project team consists of representatives from Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI), Alberta Innovates Technology Futures (AITF), Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD) and Silvacom. This team worked together for many weeks […]

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Wrapping Up the Award-Winning Algar LEAP Project

February 24, 2015 marked the Algar Landscape Ecological Assessment and Planning (LEAP) Project’s final day of operations. This ground-breaking project, funded by six of Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) members, was one of the largest linear restoration programs ever to be implemented in Alberta. Silvacom employee and LEAP expert, Toni Anderson has written a […]

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All About The Algar Ecosytem Services Assessment

This month we will kick-off Phase 2 of the Algar Ecosystem Services Assessment Project. This is a three year project that will include input from multiple stakeholders, including Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI), Alberta Innovates, and The Government of Alberta’s Department of Environment and Parks. Silvacom™ employee and LEAP expert Toni Anderson has written a […]

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