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ES 421 Ethnobotany Plant Profiles

Looking for information on local and native plant species and their uses? Check out these informative plant profiles created by ES 421 students to see what technologically, medicinally, and nutritionally important plant species lie in your local environment

Coastal Community Green Map
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Coastal Community Green Maps

Spatializing Stories About Coastal Stewardship

CRD-GreenMap
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CRD Green Map

Community Mapping Collaboratory is working with Capital Regional District and City of Victoria to produce an interactive, participatory green map.

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Mapping Our Common Ground Book (2007)

Looking for great ideas for getting your community engaged by using maps and mapping events?

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Oak Bay Green Map

Countless residents collaborated from 2006 to 2012 to produce, fund and print the Oak Bay Community Green Map.

Congratulations Wendy Brawer!

On March 6, TED welcomed its latest class to the TED Residency program. As an in-house incubator for breakthrough ideas, Residents spend four months in the TED office with other exceptional people from all over the map. Each has a project that promises to make a significant contribution to the world, across several different fields.

Wendy Brawer
Posted on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 8:01am
Read more about this exciting program here!    

Imagination, Memory, and Engagement: Expressing Indigenous and non-Indigenous geographies

Dr. Margaret Pearce: faculty associate, Canadian-American Center, University of Maine

Introduction by Dr. John Lutz: chair of History, UVic, and co-chair of UVic Community Mapping Collaboratory

Thursday, March 9, DTB A104

reception and community mapping display 7-7:30 pm

lecture 7:30-9 pm

Lansdowne Scholar Lecture by Dr. Margaret Pearce
Posted on Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 9:17am
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Come and join us for a celebration and showcase of local and global community and green mapping, placemaking, and story gathering projects, supported by the UVic Community Mapping Collaboratory.

UVic Ideafest event. Re-Presenting the Living Landscape
Posted on Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 8:48am
Meet neighbourhood and campus mappers, students, researchers and activists. Play a community mapping game!Browse the community mapping websites and find out how you too, can engage in mapping wherever you are.

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