Robin’s extensive knowledge of trees makes him a great teacher to others in the forestry profession. That’s why throughout the month of May, Robin helped teach a spring tree identification course alongside consulting arborist Kelly Koome of Koome Urban Forestry
As a long time resident of Vancouver, Robin is an expert in identifying the urban trees throughout the city. On April 8thand 15th, he led public tree walks in the Kerrisdale neighbourhood, which both had fantastic turnouts! In total, around
Community Wildfire Protection Plans Robin B. Clark Inc. carries out many Community Wildfire Protection Plans for First Nations Communities. A community Wildfire Protection Plan: Defines wildfire threat areas within and adjacent to the community Identifies measures necessary to mitigate risks
It has been a very busy few months at Robin B. Clark Inc. (RBC Inc.). We’ve been working on a number of projects such as preparing Community Wildfire Protection Plans, writing forest site plans, presenting at conferences, and conducting community
Carbon Offsets using Trees This past month, Robin gave a presentation at the BC Recreation and Parks Association 39th Annual Provincial Parks & Ground Spring Training event in Langley. Robin’s presentation was on carbon offsets using trees. Here is a
Community Wildfire Protection Plans Here in British Columbia where we have seen extensive wildfire damage, it is important to prevent the spread of fire into communities. The Strategic Wildfire Prevention Initiative (SWPI) is a suite of funding programs administered by
Urban Forestry Urban forests are very important, and there are many ways in which they benefit cities. In April of 2015, Robin B Clark Inc delivered a presentation to students in order to prepare them for an annual Envirothon competition.
Urban Forest Tour Vancouver Robin knows the trees in his city by the back of his hand. He often leads urban tree walks around Vancouver to allow residents to gain a better understanding of the urban forest. This summer (2015), we