Last weekend, Ecofish teams participated in the Kus-Kus-Sum trivia night fundraiser hosted at the K’ómoks Band Hall by Project Watershed, the K’ómoks First Nation and the Cumberland Community Forest Society. Ecofish supported the event by purchasing a table and the Ecofish team pictured here won! Congrats to the Fighting Fish! Funds raised from the event […]Read More
Today, Ecofish joins a global movement for change by celebrating the social, cultural, economic and political achievements of women worldwide. Ecofish President Adam Lewis has always been a passionate supporter of women and is why, since inception, our company has sought to build a gender diverse workforce and a workplace that balances both the professional […]Read More
Last weekend, Ecofisher’s Camille MacIntosh and Leah Ballin attended the Kumugwe Mask Blessing at the Cumberland Museum. Ecofish donated funds to the Kumugwe Project commissioned to transform the entrance of the museum and create a permanent exhibit highlighting the history and resiliency of the K’omoks people. Attendees enjoyed a beautiful ceremony where they witnessed three […]Read More
At an October 19th-20th workshop, Dr. Xuezhong Yu made a presentation on the impact of hydropower on Mekong River health to government, academic, engineering and institutional specialists from China, Laos, and Myanmar; during which he described project activities, methodologies, results and recommendations.Read More
Vancouver, BC (October 5th, 2017) – Ecofish Research, a Vancouver-based science and environment consulting firm, announces the addition of two new employees to their expanding leadership team. The new hires include Dr. Lesley Shelley and Janet Rygnestad, who will be working at various office locations around BC.
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Ecofish is thrilled to welcome the latest addition to our professional team, Autumn Cousins. Autumn is known to many in the province as the former Director of Compliance and Enforcement (C&E) at the BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO). She joins the Ecofish team as Lead, Regulatory Strategy & Environmental Compliance.
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In early September, Ecofisher’s from our Vancouver and Squamish offices volunteered their efforts at the Squamish shoreline cleanup. This event, part of a larger conservation initiative organized by the Vancouver Aquarium and WWF-Canada, provides Canadians an opportunity to join good Samaritans in their local communities to improve the well-being and vitality of Canada’s shorelines. According […]Read More
Dr. Xuezhong Yu attended the Mekong River Commission’s Fourth Sustainable Hydropower Practice Forum August 10th-11th, themed ‘Dialogue with Hydropower Developers’ in Vientiane, Laos. The forum provided an opportunity for hydropower developers, specialists, government, research institutes, development partners and other regional and international organizations to discuss hydropower planning and development in the Mekong Basin. As a […]Read More
At Ecofish, safety is our number one priority. That’s why we’re extremely proud our recent certification with the BC Forest Safety Council of BC (BCFSC). As of May 24, 2017, Ecofish is now designated as a SAFE (Safety Accord Forestry Enterprise) certified company, which means we believe in the Safety Accord and its principles: • […]Read More
Safety is Ecofish’s #1 priority and ongoing safety training is core to our safety program. In early June, the Ecofish crew enjoyed an action packed weekend on the Chilliwack River getting recertified in swiftwater rescue training. The course was a great refresher for our team, focusing on identifying risks and mitigating hazards in a […]Read More