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UU101 Lecture 9: Class 9 Notes
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Winter 2018

Department
University Interdisciplinary
Course Code
UU101
Professor
Manuel Riemer
Lecture
9

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Class 9 (February 1st, 2018)
guest speaker Jenna Quinn
Conservation in Practise
rare Program Scientist
o not an acronym
o represents what we are trying to achieve (rare goal, rare environment, etc.)
o logo shows a balance of two states
o changed to rare in 2004 (Cruikston Charity Reserve prior)
Charitable research reserve
Non-profit located in Waterloo region (Cambridge)
Conservation; research; education
900+ acres under threat of development
Provide unprecedented engagement opportunities in ecological and cultural research,
education, community engagement and recreation
Lamb’s Inn (main office building); North house (solar home); ECO centre (Every Child
Outdoors)
The land of the Anishnaabe, Haudenosaunee, and Neutral Peoples dating back 10,500+
years
Land trust…
o first in Canada formed in 1961 (Hamilton)
o 100+ located in Southern Ontario/BC
o Ontario Land Trust
o Share a goal to preserve the valued land qualities of an area for overall
community benefit
o Non-profit; own & steward land; preservation-focused; pro-active; perpetual
Ontario has 1 million square kilometres of land
What percentage of Ontario is Crown Land owned by the government
o 86%
Northern Ontario?
o 95% of their land is Crown Land
Invasive potential extent of establishment first priority species (found within high
priority species) second priority species (not found within high priority areas)
Turtle incubation project
o Saving the turtles at high-risk (nests as well)
o 700 turtles hatched this past year
15,000 square foot food bank
70+ research projects 28 peer-reviewed publications 17 universities and other
institutions
Longest running program (2003) planted different crab apple trees
Old growth forest (less than 1% remaining in Ontario)
o Began by cutting down white pine
Confluence
o The two rivers meet
o Does not freeze
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Class 9 (February 1 , 2018) guest speaker Jenna Quinn Conservation in Practise rare Program Scientist o not an acronym o represents what we are trying to achieve (rare goal, rare environment, etc.) o logo shows a balance of two states o changed to rare in 2004 (Cruikston Charity Reserve prior) Charitable research reserve Non-profit located in Waterloo region (Cambridge) Conservation; research; education 900+ acres under threat of development Provide unprecedented engagement opportunities in ecological and cultural research, education, community engagement and recreation Lambs Inn (main office building); North house (solar home); ECO centre (Every Child Outdoors) The land of the Anishnaabe, Haudenosaunee, and Neutral Peoples dating back 10,500+ years Land trust o first in Canada formed in 1961 (Hamilton) o 100+ located in Southern Ontario/BC o Ontario Land Trust o Share a goal to preserve the valued land qualities of an area for overall community benefit o Non-profit; own & steward land; preservation-focused; pro-active; perpetual Ontario has 1 million square kilometres of land What percentage of Ontario is Crown Land owned by the government o 86% Northern Ontario? o 95% of their land is Crown Land Invasive potential extent of establishment first priority species (found within high priority species) second priority species (not found within high priority areas) Turtle incubation project o Saving the turtles at high-risk (nests as well) o 700 turtles hatched this past year 15,000 square foot food bank 70+ research projects 28 peer-reviewed publications 17 universities and other institutions Longest running program (2003) planted different crab apple trees Old growth forest (less than 1% remaining in Ontario) o Began by cutting down white pine Confluence o The two rivers meet o Does not freeze o An important habitat for animals o They get their food in the area 325 species of birds 35 mammals 21 species of reptiles and amphibians 800 spec
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