Over the past two decades, EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc. has collaborated with Indigenous communities across western and northern Canada to build better projects and create lasting relationships. The Teslin Tlingit Council (TTC), with help from EDI, is trying to restore the Chinook salmon population in Deadman Creek, a tributary of Teslin Lake in southern Yukon.
EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc. has developed an exciting new tool to manage environmental monitoring data called mPro. A multifaceted application, mPro allows EDI biologists to collect data on site (and offline) with a tablet or smartphone that can later be synched and managed from a desktop computer using a web browser.
The 2019 EDI Charity Fishing Derby was held on May 25 at Purden Lake Provincial Park near Prince George. The derby marked the 10th year for this fundraising event. A total of 151 people attended, including 90 adults and 61 … Read More
Multi-use trails and transportation corridors in communities have many benefits, such as encouraging active lifestyles, fostering a deeper sense of community, minimizing traffic congestion, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Georgia Greenway is a project that brings these benefits together and … Read More
Looking for some spring romance? Enjoy dancing? Are you intrigued by nature? If you answered “yes”, you may want to head out into the cool, April pre-dawn in search of a lek. What is a lek, you ask? In prairie … Read More