The BC TRCR Committee is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 43rd Annual Mine Reclamation Symposium. We have worked out an action-packed agenda for the virtual September 23, 2020 event which will include two virtual Mine tours. SPOILER ALERT – these field trips will not require PPE!
In addition, preceding the Symposium event, on September 16th, 2020 we will also host a half day virtual short course on the topic of: Integration of Engineering and Ecological Principles through Geomorphic Landform Design which will be an add-on option available on the registration site.
New this year, the BC TRCR will be hosting a virtual poster session during the BC Mine Reclamation Symposium for undergraduate and graduate students from a BC post-secondary institution or conducting their research in BC in the field of reclamation. These will be uploaded for viewing prior to the event and we will host a live Q and A session on the posters on the day of the symposium and students that have presented are asked to attend.
Details for the Virtual Poster Session for Undergraduate and Graduate Students are found here: TRCR Student Poster Session 2020.
The link to the registration page is found here: BCTRCR Registration
Please register no later than September 8, 2020. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to the registration team at TRCRSymposium@aevias.com or call 604-708-2501.
First Nation and Community Members Can Apply for Free Registration for our Virtual Format Reclamation Symposium and Workshop on both September 16 and 23, 2020
Persons wishing to apply for free registration should send an e-mail indicating their name, affiliation and contact information with a brief description of their participation in the review of reclamation at a proposed, operating or closed mine to: Bill Price at firstname.lastname@example.org . If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please do not delay in submitting your email application. There are only a limited number of free registrations being offered, do not miss out on this excellent opportunity for professional development in mine reclamation!
And…Don’t forget about sending in your award nominations by the once again extended date of August 10 regarding examples of excellent reclamation work completed at your mine, quarry or exploration program last year.
Looking forward to seeing you all virtually.