Adaptive management is an integral process to every restoration project carried out by Central Westcoast Forest Society. Learning from monitoring and research leads to improved management, conservation, and restoration efforts. Continued learning and adaptation helps Central Westcoast Forest Society biologists improve restoration practices and techniques over time.
Invasive Species Project
An invasive species is a non-native organism that has negative effects on our economy, our environment, or our health.
Clayoquot Sound Monitoring Program
This monitoring initiative focuses on watershed health and biodiversity. It is based on the principals of the Clayoquot Sound Scientific Panel Recommendations and is designed to facilitate an adaptive management system that allows feedback between monitoring and decisions. Monitoring is the tool needed to ensure forestry practices in Clayoquot Sound remain innovative and sustainable.
Central Westcoast Forest Society has been involved in many monitoring projects on the west coast of Vancouver Island.