Trent University Nature Areas Student Photo Contest 2010-11 Winners Announced


Cash prizes awarded to two top entries out of 140 submissions

Wednesday, May 18, 2011, Peterborough

The Trent University Nature Areas Stewardship Advisory Committee is pleased to announce that Trent students Kyle Borrowman and Amanda Bennett are the winners of the 2010 -11 Nature Areas Student Photo Contest.

The contest saw over 140 photos submitted by 18 students. The first place prize of $100 went to master’s student Kyle Borrowman, with second place (and $50) going to Amanda BennettHonourable mentions went to Stuart Bezant, Erica Newton and Erin Parks. The contest is hosted by the Trent Nature Areas Stewardship Advisory Committee which aims to promote the protection, awareness and appropriate University and public use of the Trent Nature Areas.

The Nature Areas are natural preserves and comprise the greatest proportion of Trent University lands. The Nature Areas are characterized by natural areas consisting of woods, former farm fields, meadows, drumlins, wetlands, streams and other functions of environmental significance. The Nature Areas are fundamental to the protection and enhancement of the natural and rural setting of the campus. These lands support compatible academic and research functions within the University and are open to the public for recreational use.

For more information on the Trent Nature Areas and to view a trail map visit the website:


For more information, please contact: Christine Salo, executive assistant, Office of the Vice President, Administration, Trent University, 705-748-1011 ext. 7191,