Join Us at Clean Energy BC’s Upcoming Workshop: Staying Current – Updates on Science, Policy, and Technology in Environmental Management

If you haven’t already registered, join us! The  Generate 2018 conference is Clean Energy BC’s biggest event of the year, a time to reconnect with old colleagues, network with new ones and generate ideas for renewables and a sustainable path to our future.

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Ecofish Places Second in the ‘Consultants’ Category at the Environmental Flow Needs Conference!

Ecofish is proud to share that our poster,  Listen to the River: Lessons from a Global Review of Environmental Success Stories, made a big splash at the Environmental Flow Needs Conference last week in Kelowna.  The poster depicts research completed for the World Wildlife Fund UK (WWF-UK) that showcases several international success stories of effective […]

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Congratulations to Dr. Xuezhong Yu on Latest Publication, ‘Balancing River Health and Hydropower Requirements in the Lancang River Basin’

Ecofish is proud to announce that on September 13th, ‘Balancing River Health and Hydropower Requirements in the Lancang River Basin’ written by Ecofish Water Resources Engineer Dr. Xuezhong Yu and co-authored by Dr. Daming He and Dr. Phouvin Phousavanh was published online by Springer and is now available in print:  https://www.springer.com/cn/book/9789811315640#aboutBook This book is the […]

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Ecofish Joins Innergex Renewable Energy to Celebrate the Commissioning of the Upper Lillooet Hydro Project (ULHP)

Vancouver, British Columbia –  September 18th, 2018 – Last Friday, Ecofish celebrated the Upper Lillooet Hydro Project commissioning near Pemberton, BC with long-time client, Innergex Renewable Energy (Innergex).  The full day event was a momentous occasion that brought together stakeholders and contractors to celebrate the completion of two run-of river, clean energy generation facilities located […]

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Ecofish Listed as One of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies by Canadian Business and Maclean’s! 

Canadian Business and Maclean’s today listed Ecofish Research Ltd. on the 30th annual Growth 500, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. Produced by Canada’s premier business and current affairs media brands, the Growth 500 ranks Canadian businesses on five-year revenue growth.  “This achievement is a direct reflection of the passion and dedication of a […]

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Ecofish Sponsors Stewardship Roundtable 2018

  If you haven’t registered, there’s still time!  This Friday at UBC, the Stewardship Centre for BC and Bird Studies Canada in collaboration with the 27th International Ornithological Congress and the Vancouver Intl. Bird Festival is hosting a Stewardship Roundtable – a day devoted to learning and sharing ideas for action on pressing issues in […]

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Ecofish Sponsors New Relationship Trust’s (NRT) Charity Golf Tournament

Last week, Ecofish participated in the 8th Annual New Relationship Trust Charity Golf Tournament to support Indigenous post-secondary scholarships and bursaries. To date, the foundation has provided an incredible 2,028 scholarships and bursaries totalling over $9.3 million to Indigenous students in BC! The NRT is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening First Nations in […]

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New Publication in Frontiers in Environmental Science!

We are thrilled to announce a new publication in the Freshwater Science section of Frontiers in Environmental Science! Congratulations to Ecofish Scientists Andrew Harwood, Susan Johnson and Xuezhong Yu along with co-authors David Tickner, Brian Richter and Allan Locke on their publication, Critical Factors for Water Policy to Enable Effective Environmental Flow Implementation.  Environmental flow, […]

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Ecofish Statistician Paul van Dam-Bates Published in Scientific Journal, Methods in Ecology and Evolution

Congratulations to Ecofish Statistician Paul van Dam-Bates on his recent publication in Methods in Ecology and Evolution!  The methodology derived from, “Using balanced acceptance sampling as a master sample for environmental surveys,” has been instrumental to Ecofish monitoring programs. Abstract 1. Well-designed environmental monitoring programmes for management organisations are important for evidence-based decision making. However, […]

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Vancouver Sun Features Ecofish’s Remarkable Wildlife Research Published in the Northwestern Naturalist

The Vancouver Sun has featured Ecofish’s remarkable wildlife research published in the Northwestern Naturalist, “wolverines are thought of as shadowy solitary carnivores, few and far between… A new study based in the temperate boreal forests of B.C., however, has discovered them in unexpectedly high numbers – and has photos to prove it.” This research was conducted […]

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