Oak Bay Community Green Map

UVic Ideafest: Re-Presenting the Living Landscape

UVic Ideafest event. Re-Presenting the Living Landscape

Date: 

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 -
3:00pm to 6:00pm

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.

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.

Hear from our special guests 4:30-5:00 PM

Special guests include:

UVic Ideafest: Re-Presenting the Living Landscape

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.

Hear from our special guests 4:30-5:00 PM

Special guests include:

  • Johannes Feddema (Chair, Department of Geography)
  • Margaret Pearce (Indigenous Cartographer/Academic (US)

Neighbourhood Mapping Project Leaders:

  • Jill Croft (Oak Bay Community)
  • Steve Ford (Fernwood Community)

Oak Bay Community Green Map (2012)

Countless residents of Oak Bay collaborated over the past six years to produce, fund and print the Oak Bay Community Green Map.

The idea of Oak Bay’s own Green Map was envisioned around the time Councillor Pam Copley and Jill Croft attended a Green Mapping Course at Royal Roads. The first of many community outreaches was held at Oak Bay’s Centennial Celebration at Windsor Park in 2006.

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