Sue Grainger, RPF has been the General Manager of the JPRF since 1997. She is a Registered Professional Forester and has bachelor’s degree in Forest Management from Oregon State University. Originally from Prince George, B.C., she has worked in forestry since 1978 for a variety of employers including government, consultants, licensees and academe throughout British Columbia, the United States and the Philippines
Research and ExpertiseResearch Fields:
- First Nations
- Natural Resources
Forest Ecosystem Management, Silviculture, Forestry PlanningLanguages Spoken:
Karjala, M. and Grainger, S. Coming full circle: a case study in forest co-management and the planning cycle. To be published in Proceedings – Indigeneous Earth, Praxis and Transformation, March 9-12th, 2010.
Fondahl, G., Wright, P., Yim, D., Sherry, E., Leon, B., Bulmer, W. Grainger, S. & Young, J. Co-Managing Research: Building and Sustaining a First Nations-University Partnership. UNBC Community Development Institution Publications, 2009.
Grainger, S., Sherry, E. and Fondahl, G. The John Prince Research Forest: Evolution of a Co-management Partnership. Forest Chronicle 82(4):484-495. 2006
Grainger, S. Analysis of Historical Photography to support Ecosystem Restoration. FRBC Project 2002.