The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River are critically important to Ontario’s environment and economy. They are also a source of joy for many Ontario residents in terms of scenic views, recreational opportunities, and spiritual significance and renewal. The relationship between the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River, and the surrounding landscape, is complicated. Many efforts have been made, and continue to be made, to understand, protect and restore these important water resources and to manage the impacts our activities have on them.
Walter Kehm is coming to Guelph! He will be speaking on the Design Process and his groundbreaking work with LANDinc on Trillium Park in Toronto.
University of Guelph – Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture Series presents: Daniel Tal, ASLA “Technology in Landscape Architecture” Lecture and Student Workshop Events Sponsored by SketchUp - Visiting Professional Program
Visit the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture booth at the University of Guelph Fall Preview Day on Sunday, November 4th. Meet our Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program faculty and student reps. The Landscape Architecture Studio Drop-In session will be held from 11:00am - 1:00pm. Stop by to see the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture studio space, and talk with current students about their design projects.
Please join for the fourth SEDRD Speaker Series of the fall semester on October 31 featuring Gwen Devereaux (Gateway Centre for Rural Health Excellence) presenting research titled “Attracting Physicians to Rural Ontario”. All are welcome to attend. Feel free to bring your lunch.
SEDRD United Way Raffle and Auction will be held on Thursday, October 25th to raise money for the UofG United Way Campaign. Lunch: Perogies, Salad and a Drink for $7.00 (catered by Broken English Bistro) Auction: SEDRD auction begins at 12:15 in the Pit with our very own certified Auctioneer and MLA Grad Coordinator, Prof. Rob Corry!
Please join for the third SEDRD Speaker Series of the fall semester on October 24 featuring Stephen Penner presenting research titled “Social Justice, Rural Policy, and ICRPS 2019”. All are welcome to attend. Feel free to bring your lunch.
From October 17-19, 2018, the Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity will host the second Rural Talks to Rural Conference. Ruralists are invited to Huron County to network, share knowledge and meet other innovators from across Canada. From farmers to artists and healthcare providers to community builders we’ll inspire collaborative and creative thinking to discuss solutions to rural issues and challenges. R2R is an invitation to share ideas, establish new partnerships, to network, inform policy, and create innovative strategies for rural health and well-being.
The Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI) is pleased to invite members to participate in #OPPI18: Community Readiness. OPPI has developed two full days of programming for members addressing the topic of community readiness through the lens of Infrastructure Resiliency, Economics & Finance and Culture & Diversity. The host city is a northern Ontario city built on resilience and ingenuity. There is no better place to explore the theme of Community Readiness through the lens of Infrastructure Resiliency, Economics & Finance and Culture & Diversity.
University of Guelph - Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture Series presents: Alpa Nawre, ASLA Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Florida "Landscape Architecture in Rural India" Image courtesy of Alpa Nawre