Garbage duty on the final field day of the Caribou Reclamation 2020 seismic line reforestation project in Alberta, Canada, completed in support of woodland caribou habitat restoration. This day I walked 23 km through forestland dominated by treed bogs and fens, carrying out the box waste so the real workers could get the job done. And they did! Covering 38 km of line over the project duration, they modelled how to do environmental reclamation services right, the first time, with another accident and incident-free job.
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