Carla Lange

Program Team

Carla is a Registered Professional Forester (RPF) and the SIP’s field lead. Carla brings a diverse portfolio to the BVRC. She was born and raised in Germany and studied Integrated Coastal Zone Management before pursuing a Masters of Resource Management in Iceland, exploring the relationship between reforestation and tourist perception of coastal landscapes. Since 2013, Carla has called Northern BC home covering extensive ground between the Coast Mountains, Skeena Stikine and Nadina districts working as a Silviculture Surveyor. In 2018 Carla earned a Master’s of Sustainable Forest Management from UBC and subsequently joined the Metlakatla Stewardship Society in Prince Rupert, as Field Operations Supervisor where she played a vital role in establishing the Metlakatla Guardian Watchmen program and overseeing diverse fieldwork. As Stewardship Forester Carla supported Indigenous Forest Management as well as Landscape Level — Forest Planning and Management in the Great Bear Rainforest. When not at work, Carla loves skiing, paddling, practicing yoga, and hitting the trails with her dog, Buck.