Malcolm Knapp Research Forest

The UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest was established by a Crown Grant to the University of British Columbia in 1949, as a facility for research, demonstration, and education in the field of forestry and allied sciences. To fulfill this mandate, the forest is managed by staff from the Faculty of Forestry at UBC to provide the best environment possible for these three aspects of forestry. We also manage a small area of the forest for recreational purposes for the local community, who use our trail system for hiking, jogging, or just enjoying the forest.

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