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Martin Beaudoin Nadeau completed his bachelor’s degree with honours in Forest Sciences: Specialization in International Forestry at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. He also earned a master’s degree in Agroforestry and an MBA Global Business at Université Laval in Quebec City. He studied for one year in Costa Rica at the University of Costa Rica to enhance his knowledge of tropical ecosystems, which led him to work as a professional on projects in soil protection and conservation, plant diversity, and soil fertility in many tropical agroforest and forest ecosystems.
Martin Beaudoin Nadeau has also been working for several years in the development of new, sustainable, and low-cost green phytotechnologies for the restoration, remediation, return to production, and quick reforestation of degraded lands, including mining sites, using the least possible amount of organic, chemical, and mineral inputs. He is an expert in forestry, agroforestry, and ecological restoration on degraded lands with experience across Canada, Latin America (Costa Rica, Ecuador, Haiti), and Africa (Democratic Republic of the Congo, Madagascar, South Africa, Zambia).
Martin Beaudoin Nadeau is an executive board member of the Canadian Land Reclamation Association (CLRA): Chapter Quebec.