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PhD Thesis Defence - Mary Ferguson

PhD in Rural Studies - School of Environmental Design and Rural Development Thesis Defence by Mary Ferguson "Rural and Remote Municipalities as Practitioners and Intermediaries in Social Enterprise Development:  A Case for Place-Based Policy Development"

PhD Thesis Defence - Heather Sansom

PhD in Rural Studies - School of Environmental Design and Rural Development Thesis Defence by Heather Sansom "Rural Recreation for Resilience:  Youth Development and Life Skill Outcomes in 4-H Ontario Horse Clubs"

PhD Thesis Defence - James Johnstone

PhD in Rural Studies - School of Environmental Design and Rural Development Thesis Defence by James Johnstone "Two Heads are Better Than One – A Mixed Methods Study on Collaborative Management in Municipal-Residential Water Systems in Ontario, Canada"

PhD Thesis Defence - Stephen Booth

PhD in Rural Studies - School of Environmental Design and Rural Development Thesis Defence by Stephen Booth "Uncommon Waters: Intercultural Conflict over the Atlantic Salmon of the Restigouche Watershed"  

2018 SEDRD Orientation Day for New Students

School of Environmental Design & Rural Development (SEDRD) Fall 2018 Orientation Day for New Students in SEDRD including: Landscape Architecture | Rural Planning and Development  | Capacity Development & Extension  | Rural Studies Wednesday, September 5th:   SEDRD Orientation Day 9:30 am:   Landscape Architecture Student Society (LASS); for landscape architecture students.    Information provided on the LASS student association—goals, plans, activities, fees, building tour etc.   Location:   LA 125.

Health and Shared Prosperity Conference

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The 2018 Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation (CRRF) Conference is all about bringing together practitioners, policy makers, community leaders, and researchers interested in rural issues.  This conference is a unique opportunity to share your own successes, learn from a diverse group of individuals, and hear the latest on issues that matter to communities and people who call rural Canada home.

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