Student Project Spotlight Series
We invite you to learn more about MLWS students and their Major Projects, in which students must investigate a land and water issue of their choosing.
In our latest project spotlight video, we introduce Destiny Allen-Green and Brittany Nicole Myhal, two recent graduates of the MLWS program, who explored resource management challenges of First Nation communities located in BC’s Southern Interior.
View Destiny's project >
View Brittany's project >
Meet Roya Bennett, a recent graduate of the MLWS program, who travelled to Colombia and assessed the potential environmental and socioeconomic impacts of a proposed mine on the local Coello and Bermellon watersheds. She focused on the connections between social and community well-being and the land-water system. View project >
Meet Luc Anderson, a recent graduate of the MLWS program, who undertook a Land Capability Assessment for the Cooks Ferry Indian Band (CFIB) located in Spences Bridge, BC, Canada. The goal of the project was to provide useful land use planning information to the band, in order to help them further realize the economic potential of the area, with sustainability as a priority. View project >