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A list of content to showcase some of the finished Projects, Community Mapping Courses, Green Maps etc associated with UVic's Community Mapping Collaboratory.

The Sustainable High Schools Project (2010)

The SHS Project is offered in partnership with the Sierra Youth Coalition, the youth branch of the Sierra Club.

Sustainable High Schools is adapted from SYC's successful Sustainable Campuses Project.

Both are youth-driven initiatives created to support school communities in envisioning, assessing and improving their level of ecological and social well-being.

Sierra Club BC
302 - 733 Johnson St
Victoria BC, V8W 3C7
Tel: (250) 386-5255 x225

Woodwynn Farm Partnership (2010)

Update May 2010: Geog391 Community Mapping Course students had a field trip to collect theme-based photos to start adding photos to an interactive web-map & photo blog. Wendy Anthony has chosen as her research project to document the steps involved ... keep tuned ...

We started a Photo Blogging site & teaser Interactive WebMap site for them

Update: We're meeting with the Woodwynn folk in early July 2009 to talk about a web-map / photo blogging project. STUDENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Binning Census Survey (2007)

In the summer of 2007, the Communities-based Research Laboratory (CBRL) at the University of Victoria conducted a participatory-based livelihood assessment of the binning community in Victoria, an initiative in collaboration with the University of British Columbia and funded by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC).

SP meeting

UVic Community Greenmap - Phase I (2008)

The University of Victoria Community Green Map project (UVic-CGMP) will provide a participatory mapping and planning system, including learning and technical tools, to facilitate innovative and sustainable development at UVic and in the wider community.

The first phase of this project is being facilitated by the Office of Campus Planning and Sustainability and resulted in the creation of a digital mapping system and framework by May 2008.

Tsartlip First Nation Fruit Tree Mapping (2007)

Michael Cowan of Edibella Organic Landscapes holds workshops on Organic Fruit Tree Care and Maintenance for LifeCycles. Here Micheal is discussing good places to plant fruit tree and berry bush varietals at the Tsartlip First Nation lands. CG helped with some community mapping support for this project.

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