SERNbc is a group of individuals and agencies who collaborate to restore vulnerable and degraded ecosystems in northern British Columbia. Members include representatives from academia, government agencies, industry, First Nations, NGO’s, non-profit and community-based organizations, local and regional experts, and other stakeholder. There is no cost to become a member of SERNbc.

SERNbc programs are guided by a Strategic Plan and SERNbc has completed ecosystem restoration scoping exercises for the Omineca, Peace, and now the Skeena Forest Regions which help to prioritize restoration activities in northern BC. View the 2020-2025 Strategic Plan to learn more.

JOB OPPORTUNITY - Posted April 28, 2021
SERNbc Coorindator (Temp 12 month term)

SERNbc Coordinator Job Ad

Annual General Meeting - The 2020 AGM was held December 2. View the Minutes.

More information to come. For a quick overview of SERNbc, download the About SERNbc booklet.

Go to our project year summary page.

SERNbc has its own YouTube Channel. Drones are becoming an important assessment tool and we have posted some drone footage from the Parsnip River from 2019. 

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SERNbc’s mission is to manage the structure and function of vulnerable and degraded ecosystems in Northern BC to achieve a desired future condition that will sustain ecological services and human socio-economic needs.


The purposes of the society are to:

  • Identify, treat, and monitor degraded and vulnerable ecosystems in the Northern BC.
  • Coordinate ecosystem restoration activities in Northern BC while fostering collaboration amongst stakeholders.
  • Acquire technical information on ecosystem restoration and disseminate it to SERNbc members and stakeholders.