Between the scientific, theoretical world and the world of action and sustainable industry lies the place EDI calls home. It’s the real world of practical research, applied science and plans that work for the people who have to make decisions about what to do in their world.
Our competitive advantage is achieving success for our clients by taking aquatic and terrestrial science out of the theoretical and putting it to work—finding practical ways to do things the right way. The result? — plans our clients rely on to keep projects moving through the regulatory process without compromising the environment we all share.
Call us. Let’s talk about what down to earth biology could mean for your next project.
EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc.
EDI fisheries biologist, Jason Yarmish, will be on the Fraser River as part of UNBC's Upper Fraser River White sturgeon biology experience.
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EDI wildlife biologist, Kelsey Russell visits her old elementary school to teach students about her role as a wildlife biologist in Yukon.