We are continuing to develop research projects for local non-profits, government agencies, arts organizations, and other groups. Below is a current list of the projects we have available. To learn how to sign up for one of these projects, click here.
Selected Ecological Variables to support Long-Term Monitoring of Biodiversity on the Haliburton Highland Land Trust Properties (GRADUATE LEVEL RESEARCH)
To Go or To Stay? Rural Impacts on the Perceptions of “failure to launch” Youth (GRADUATE LEVEL RESEARCH)
Rehabilitation and Restoration of Species at Risk Habitat at the Dahl Forest and the Barnum Creek Wetland (GRADUATE LEVEL RESEARCH)
The Potential Roles that the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust’s owned Conservation Lands play in a Regional Connectivity/Network Context (GRADUATE LEVEL RESEARCH)
Establishment of Permanent Sample Plots on Norah’s Island, Kennisis Lake, to Support the Long-Term Monitoring of Biodiversity
Establishment of Permanent Sample Plots in the Fred and Pearl Barry Wetland Reserve to Support the Long-Term Monitoring of Biodiversity
Establishment of Permanent Sample Plots in the Barnum Creek Nature Reserve to Support the Long-Term Monitoring of Biodiversity
Establishment of Permanent Sample Plots in the Dahl Forest to Support the Long-Term Monitoring of Biodiversity
Threats to Kawagama Lake Awareness Survey/Campaign - Water Quality Issues and Impact on Native Aquatic Species
Researching peer support networks for youth experiencing homelessness, and identifying the need for such an initiative in Peterborough
Solving the problem of rural transportation for addiction, mental health, custody release and court clients
Best Practice in healthy highs and resilience approaches to youth drug education and mitigating youth drug addiction
What are the possibilities of using a 'tiny homes' approach to mitigate housing issues across the HKPR region?