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The Aleza Lake Research Forest is a 9000 hectare outdoor research facility and working forest 60 kilometres east of Prince George. The research forest was first established in 1924 and has an ongoing research and forest management legacy that approaches 100 years. Today, the forest is co-operatively managed by UNBC, the BC government, and industry partners, through the non-profit Aleza Lake Research Forest Society.
Aleza Lake, BC
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Prior to the creation of the Aleza Lake Research Forest Society, the Aleza Lake Research Forest was managed by the British Columbia Forest Service.