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As the years have progressed, Blyth & Bathe has developed its instructional capabilities by gaining additional teaching certifications and developing a network of partners. As the company began to grow, we started to diversify the work we took on to include protected area reporting, TK studies, pre-environmental assessment advice, IBA negotiation, and alternative energy feasibility studies. Currently, we have a very wide variety of clients from the four levels of government (municipal, territorial, federal, and First Nations), as well as post-secondary schools, mineral exploration companies, and community-based monitoring programs.
Who We Are
The majority of Adam’s experience has been in the field of environmental impact assessments. His experience has been in collaborative projects working with multiple First Nations to locate and document sites for the purpose of informing mitigation strategies and negotiations.
Recently, Adam has been working with community-based monitoring projects in the Inuvialuit and Sahtu settlement regions of the NWT and in northern Alberta, teaching field skills through the Environmental Monitor Technician Coordinator Program as well as offering other specially designed courses.
With Chuck as part of our team, we offer negotiation of partnership agreements for First Nations and Aboriginal organizations. We also offer a suite of protected area services such as design, management, operational review, and reporting or research strategies. Chuck can also provide project proposals, developers’ assessment reports, and environmental assessment strategies specifically designed to work within the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act.
Chuck is a Canadian Firearms Safety Training Instructor, and along with other members of the Blyth & Bathe team provides a regular offering of this course that allows individuals to apply for a Firearms Possession and Acquisition licence.
If you need expert advice, advocacy, negotiation representation, classroom training, or experiential learning, Chuck can help you to achieve your environmental objectives here in the Northwest Territories.
We know and love the North. We hold a vast network of friends and associates that both strengthens our connection to this place and allows us to better serve our clients’ needs.
We strive to be experts on the land, the culture, and the people. We seek to deepen our clients’ understanding of these by sharing our experiences and our knowledge of the opportunities and the challenges that come with living here.
We live for the place we know and love, for the better quality of life of its residents, and the opportunities that lie ahead for everyone.