Phase 1 of the Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan has focused on understanding and mapping the natural, cultural and archaeological features and functions existing within the campus lands, such as the location, type and status of wetlands and woodlands, species, and areas of significance to First Nations.
We've heard feedback through online tools, input sessions, campus and community pop-up stations, and focus group meetings. Over the summer months, the consultant team is reviewing all information, ideas and comments received to-date. We'll report back on what we heard in Phase 1 in the Fall.
Work is still underway! Spring/summer Giikendamowin Akin learning from the land walks with Elders and Traditional Knowledge Holders, Spring/Summer field studies, and Stage 2 archaeological studies are continuing.