Ecofish Research Ltd. Further Expands Across Vancouver Island with New Location in Nanaimo, BC

(Nanaimo, B.C.) – Ecofish Research Ltd. (Ecofish), a Vancouver-based science and environmental consulting firm, launched a new office in Nanaimo, B.C. to better serve its clients in the region while working to reduce its own environmental impact by staying local to where their expertise is needed.  Ecofish has worked to reduce the impact of development […]

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Ecofish Supports Local Cumberland Wetlands Conference

Last weekend, Ecofishers participated in the Cumberland Wetland’s Conference – a  fantastic forum for networking and brainstorming with local government, professionals and community members and in general, sharing enthusiasm about wetland function, management and conservation in the Comox Valley. Neil Fletcher,  prominent wetland educator in the province and Wetlands Program Manager for the BC Wildlife […]

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Ecofish Water Resources Engineer, Dr. Baki, Awarded Prestigious Karl Emil Hilgard Hydraulic Prize

Congratulations to Ecofish Water Resources Engineer, Dr. Abul Baki who has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Karl Emil Hilgard Hydraulic Prize for his paper “Flow Structures in the Vicinity of a Submerged Boulder within a Boulder Array,” published in May of 2017.   This Prize is awarded by the American Society of Civil Engineer’s (ASCE) Journal […]

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Congratulations to François Barnard and Miranda Andersen – recipients of Clean Energy BC’s first ever student scholarship!

  Ecofish is committed to supporting the communities that we work in and welcomed the opportunity to contribute to CEBC’s new Clean Energy Student Scholarship. These scholarships reflect our guiding principles by recognizing technical excellence, environmental ethics and social responsibility.  We were extremely impressed by the passion, dedication and skill demonstrated by all applicants. Congratulations […]

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Ecofish Contributes In-Kind Support on Local Initiative: Sensitive Stream Habitat Mapping in the Comox Valley

This fall, Ecofish partnered with Comox Valley Project Watershed Society to update Sensitive Habitat mapping and provide restoration recommendations for two urban salmon-bearing streams in the Comox Valley: Glen Urquhart and Mallard Creeks. These streams provide valuable spawning and rearing habitat that has been compromised by urban and agricultural development. We look forward to continuing […]

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Ecofish Co-Sponsors Clean Energy BC’s 2017 Student Scholarship

Ecofish is pleased to announce that we are co-sponsoring Clean Energy BC’s 2017 Student Scholarship! Are you a secondary student passionate about pursuing education in renewable energy and environmental sustainability? This may be a great opportunity for you! We are proud to support students pursuing education in clean energy, best of luck to all applicants! […]

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Ecofish celebrates another successful year at Clean Energy BC’s annual Generate Conference

CEBC Generate 2015 “Thinking Bigger” was another successful event for Ecofish. We participated in the trade show, conference, and awards dinner. During the awards dinner, Ecofish were recognized as part of the project team awarded the Project Excellence Award by Generate for best project of the year, McLymont Creek. Congratulations AltaGas Ltd.! As part of […]

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​Join Ecofish for a fantastic professional development opportunity at Clean Energy BC’s Generate 2015 Conference!

If you have not yet heard, please join us in closing Generate 2015 (Clean Energy BC’s Annual Conference, see www.generate2015.ca) for an exciting one-day long workshop aimed at providing the most recent updates on the initiatives and directions pertaining to the regulatory framework that governs the Clean Energy industry in BC. In keeping with the […]

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​Seal Counting with the Nanwakolas Guardian Watchmen

Ecofish and the Nanwakolas Guardian Watchmen enjoyed a sunny day on Courtenay River for training on seal counting methods. The Guardian Watchmen, concerned about seal predation on salmon, called on Ecofish experts to help them develop a method for tracking the abundance of seals in the lower reaches and estuary of the Puntledge River. The […]

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