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Join us for a fun and educational weekend learning about wetlands, how to monitor and protect them. This is the 2.5 day course developed by the BC Wildlife Federation and delivered at local wetlands. It is a great introduction to wetlands oriented for all age and...read more
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Vancouver Island University has scheduled a Riparian Areas Regulation Methods course for November 8-10, 2018 in North Vancouver. This 3 day course includes classroom instruction, field practice, and an exam. Successful participants will meet the requirements for...read more
Come join us for this 2 and a half day course to learn about wetlands and their care. The course will be held in Nanaimo, BC from May 4-6, 2018. We will be learning about how to identify wetlands and how to conduct an amphibian survey! It will be a weekend of fun,...read more
Mimulus Biological Consultants provided us with the reliably accurate ecological data we needed in order to update the Comox Valley Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory. Michele was a valuable member of our project team – she is a skilled ecologist, friendly, diligent and dedicated.Lynda Fyfe, Biology Technologist
Michele is an excellent educator and her knowledge of BC's wetlands ecosystems is impressive. Her passion for wetlands, along with her infectious enthusiasm and emphasis on keeping learning fun, makes her courses incredibly memorable.Biologist, Campbell River
Michele’s course was extremely thorough and I left feeling confident in my knowledge of content.
The course instructor (Michele Jones) was excellent and I could not imagine someone more qualified. The instructor was able to answer any question that was asked and it was clear that her extensive experience was built into the course. It was particularly important to me that the course included examples from around the province to identify challenges and differences that arise when conducting assessments.Ecosystems Biologist, Kamloops BC
Very knowledgeable and helpful instructor, very respectful of all comments and questions.Biologist, Terrace, BC
I found the course to be very good quality. The instructor (Michele Jones) was very knowledgeable and a skilled teacher. She made the class interesting and had lots of real life/applied experience, so she was able to answer our questions really well. Overall I enjoyed the course and felt like I got good value.Ecosytems Biologist, Osoyoos BC
Instructor had excellent knowledge of material and made it fun. Great course, great instructor.Habitat Biologist, Prince Rupert BC