"We are the generation that has grown up with David Suzuki," said Stacey Auld. "We have been educated from a young age as viewing the earth as being a unique and beautiful place. This is one of our core values."
UBC forestry students Stacey Auld, a resident of Green College, along with Carlos Molina, and Judy Huang are the new breed of foresters focusing on sustainability over getting logs to the mill.
Read about their work and the new UBC graduate program they're enrolled in, which began in August with a mandate is to bring together students from diverse disciplines and countries and deliver a hands-on immersion in managing the long-term health of forest landscapes so they can continue to provide environmental, economic and social benefits in the Vancouver Sun article: "A new generation stresses importance of sustainability"