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  • Food stipend provided to cover food costs

  • Accommodation provided for the entire contract

  • Receive taxonomic ID training from some of Alberta's top taxonomists

  • Collect high quality data to provide relevant, timely and credible scientific knowledge on the state of Alberta’s environment

  • Travel and explore the many natural regions of Alberta

  • Genevieve Rodrigues

    1 season, Ecosystem Health (Aquatic)

    “ I had the opportunity to work with ABMI as a field tech during the 2023 field season. Throughout this experience, I received exceptional training in quad operation, boating, wildlife safety, and environmental sampling. Having lived in Alberta my enti ”

  • Rose Provençal-Lachance

    2 seasons, Ecosystem Health (Aquatic)

    “ I participated in two field seasons with the ABMI, which brought me to see a wide variety of Albertan landscapes. I've always been a fan of wetlands, whether they're marshes, swamps, fens or bogs. They provide us with such ecological services that I ”

  • Clayton Temple

    OSM and Terrestrial EH Technician (3 seasons)

    “ Working with ABMI has given me the opportunity to see a wide variety of different ecosystems in Alberta while developing my field skills. Being from South- Western Ontario I hadn’t seen much of Alberta before working for ABMI. Now, through work, I ha ”