Indigenous Sharing Meeting
- Thursday, March 14, 2019 - 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
- First Peoples House of Learning / Gzowski College
The Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan will assist Trent University to achieve its vision of a ‘sustainable and inspiring campus community, thoughtfully integrating the natural and built environments, with vibrant spaces to learn, innovate, be active and live’. The Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan will update the 2013 Trent Lands Plan, which is built upon the 2006 Endowment Lands Master Plan and will incorporate and update the 2002 Nature Areas Stewardship Plan into one guiding strategic campus plan.
Phase 1 of the Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan update focuses on updating the Nature Areas Stewardship Plan, and will allow us to better understand the natural heritage features that exist within our campus, such as the location, type and status of wetlands and woodlands, species, and areas of significance to First Nations, as well as areas of cultural significance.
The Indigenous Sharing Meeting, open to First Nation, Métis and Inuit students, faculty and staff and Indigenous community members, will focus on Indigenous ways of sharing, offering respectful dialogue among community members, Elders and knowledge holders.
Learn more at TrentLands.ca
Open to all First Nation, Métis and Inuit students, faculty and staff, and all Indigenous people in Nogojiwanong
Posted on February 8, 2019