Policy Sciences Process for Problem Solving: An Aha Moment

While talking to a young scientist, keen to continue building her career specializing in carnivore conservation, I was reminded that today is an exciting day for a bunch of professionals that I know who are interested in solving complex and … Read More

Black Bean Burritos for Backpacking, Boating, and Bivouacking

Black bean burritos are a staple for camp cooking. No matter how I’m traveling, whether wandering out on the land or threading along waterways, I usually have some form of black bean burrito recipe on the trip menu. Quite simply, … Read More

Compost and Bears: Black Gold and Gold Diggers

For people and bears, and the environment that sustains us, it pays to consider and weigh options for composting. One of the greatest rewards of spending decades immersed in my career as a wildlife ecologist has been perspective. With each … Read More

Recreation and Bears: Human–Bear Management

Over course of a career and thousands of kilometres, I’ve reveled in plenty of fresh air and rigorous exercise doing risk assessments of human–bear interactions for Parks Canada, B.C. Parks, and U.S. Parks. The fieldwork formed the basis of recommendations … Read More

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