MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR As you have now seen, the University of Alberta has a talented group of researchers and students committed to reclamation and restoration research. With further support, the University of Alberta could be the go-to-place for reclamation and restoration research, training and outreach and expand its national and international status. The Alberta Centre for Reclamation and Restoration Ecology provides a framework for such an initiative. With your support we can: address current challenges, develop strategies and create the knowledge required for resource
development that is economically, socially and environmentally responsible. Your support will also help us attract bright and enthusiastic students to our undergraduate and graduate programs, helping us to train the next generation of resource managers. It will allow us to expand the transfer of the knowledge that we gain through workshops, short courses and distance delivery.
ecosystems and all of the services that they provide. We invite you to partner with ACRRE today. Sincerely,
Together, we can make ACRRE an institution that demonstrates to the world that the Canadian resource extraction industry, the province of Alberta and the government of Canada are working together and are committed to sustaining healthy
Dr. Victor Lieffers Department Chair Renewable Resources
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL, LIFE & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Published on Nov 14, 2014
The proposed Alberta Centre for Reclamation and Restoration Ecology – ACRRE – aims to build on the diverse expertise of University of Albert...