This workshop will provide training on the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT), a powerful model that allows users to determine the impacts of land use and management practices
This workshop will explore how improv – a form of theatre in which actors spontaneously co-create the narrative with the audience, and for which there is neither script nor fourth wall – can inform university teaching.
Supplementary resource provided by Professor Andrea Buchholz (University of Guelph):
This tour will showcase three of the leading farmers with respect to soil management in Ontario plus the nearby Carden Alvar, a rare geological formation which is home to many different plant and animal species.
This tour will highlight the diversity of soils in the county of Peterborough