Tags archives: Taiga / Boreal forest

  • Modest base camp with usual operating season between June 1 and August 31. Facility includes: cookhouse with power and running water; warehouse; fuel storage and caching area; wilderness airstrip; 2 bathrooms with flush toilets and sinks, one with a shower stall; tenting area (tents, sleeping pads a... [read more]
  • The research forest includes 6 interpretive trails, a forestry-themed playground, a 1.4 km bike trail and a bike skills park.  The research forest has 10 geocaches which provide information regarding forestry, geography, and research. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Robin Sharples ro... [read more]
  • A workspace where visiting scientists can complete desk work such as planning, data entry, reporting, meetings, etc. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Robin Sharples robin.sharples@gov.yk.ca (867) 633-7908 Secondary Contact Kirk Price Kirk.price@gov.yk.ca (867) 6... [read more]
  • Dechinta Bush University is an all season land-based university program, focusing on Indigenous and Northern governance, self-determination, sustainable communities and resource management, boreal ecology, land-based education,leadership, community based and participatory research. Year-round facili... [read more]
  • The Wildlife Preserves’ – Wildlife Research & Rehabilitation Centre – is operated and managed by the Yukon Wildlife Preserve Operating Society, a not-for-profit charity. Its main purpose is for animal care (primary), research and education. The interior is approximately 3400 square feet and the ... [read more]