Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan Update
Trent University is embarking on a review and update of the Trent Lands Plan – the strategic overview for the stewardship, care, and use of Trent’s approximately 1,400 acres on the Symons Campus. The Trent University Lands and Nature Areas Plan will assist the 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 2019 update takes an ‘ecosystem’ approach incorporate all Trent lands on the Symons campus, including the nature areas, into one guiding land use plan.
Ways to Get Involved
1. Attend an upcoming consultation session..
Refer to the list of events below.
This interactive online engagement tool, Social Pinpoint, has been designed to collect your feedback on Trent's Symons campus in six theme areas: favourite places, improving trails and accessibility, ideas for environmental enhancement, areas of concern, locations for interpretation or commemoration, research and learning areas. Drag and drop your pins onto the map to provide comments. Social PinPoint for Phase 1 of the Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan will be available until April 5, 2019.
Share your nature sightings to help support our understanding of site-specific information, and the occurrence and abundance of plants and animals at Trent. Your observations will contribute to our understanding of the natural heritage features and functions within the campus, and how we can support and enhance biodiversity, appropriate land use, teaching and research, and a vibrant natural environment.