Caribou Lab at the Northern Regional Center Sample Collection on the Willamette River Orange air emissions testing balloon

Caribou Nutrition

NCASI is investigating the nutritional needs of caribou in a multi-year program to identify options for enhancing the viability of caribou populations in managed boreal forests. Read more ›

Testing Mill Effluents

Laurel Eppstein and Bill Thacker conduct chemical phosphorus removal experiments on mill effluent. Read more about NCASI's water quality program ›

Long-Term Receiving Water Study

Bill Arthurs and Joan Ikoma collect data on fish, macroinvertebrate and periphyton populations and communities for NCASI's Long-Term Receiving Water Study (LTRWS). Read more ›

Air Emissions Testing

Ann Crapo, Ben Fair, and Bill Rice prepare to collect ambient samples of sulfur gases from wastewater treatment ponds. Read more about NCASI's air quality program ›

Membership

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The National Council for Air and Stream Improvement is an independent, non-profit research institute that focuses on environmental topics of interest to the forest products industry. Membership is open to forest products companies in the U.S., Canada, and beyond.

What's New

NCASI Announces Search for President : NCASI announced its search for a President and CEO to succeed Dr. Ron Yeske, who has served in that capacity since 1994 and plans to retire later this year.
webcastGeneric On Tuesday, July 29, at 2:00 PM (EDT) NCASI will hold the 26th webcast in its series based on the Handbook of Environmental Regulations and Control, Volume 1: Pulp & Paper Manufacturing. This session will cover kraft mill condensates.
Canada Gazette Notice with Respect to Substances in the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) for 2014 and 2015
A Summary of Conservation Planning Efforts in Forested Regions of the United States: 2014 Update
Sustainability Metrics and Programs for Bioenergy Feedstock and Biofuels Derived from North American Forests
Compilation of Canadian Provincial and Federal Regulations Relevant to Forest Management Activities