Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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Breastfed on campus
Natalie Warner. --, Date of project submission: April 2003., Completed for: Trent Women's Centre; Supervising Professor: Prof. Joan Ayre, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographical references., NURS 304H.
Arrangement and description of Peterborough's historical hospital records
Since 1885, there have been four Protestant hospitals in Peterborough, Ontario - Moira Hall, Nicholls Hospital, Peterborough Civic Hospital, and Peterborough Regional health Centre (PRHC). The administration records of these hospitals have been collected into the Peterborough Regional Health Centre Archives along with material from independent hospital organizations such as Women's Auxiliary, School of Nursing Alumnae and the Museum and Archives collection., Abstract -- Acknowledgements -- Ket [sic] research terms -- Introduction -- Methods -- Results -- Conclusion -- Literature cited -- Appendix 1., By Rebecca Lindsay. --, Completed for: Peterborough Museum and Archive. Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson, Trent University. Date of Project Submission: April 2012., Includes bibliography., Forensics 4890Y: Forensic Community-Based Education Research Project.
Engaging the community
The Seasoned Spoon Co-Operative Cafe (the Spoon) is a student run organization (at Trent University) which provides vegetarian and vegan food produced using ingredients that are as local and organic., by Ashley Marshall. --, Completed for: Benjamin Laurie at the Seasoned Spoon ; Supervising Professor: Paula Anderson, Trent University., Date of project submission: December 2006., Term: Fall 2006., Includes bibliographic references., Environmental and Resource Studies 334H The Canadian Food System: A Community Development Approach.
Community garden newsletter & The Food Box
by Lisa Wilson. --, WMST 4951, Canadian Feminist Organizing, for: TCCBE, Due: April 9, 2001., Includes bibliographic references., Women's Studies 4951.
climate analysis for grape production in Central Ontario
With the increase in regional temperatures, there is a real potential for the Central Ontario Region to become a viable region for the production of grapevines (Viits vinifera). This paper examines six climatic variables (minimum daily temperatures, total number frost free days, first occurrence of frost, last occurrence of frost, numbers of days below -23 Celsius, and the yearly amount of heat units from six locations throughout the region (Burkerton McLaughlin, Chatsworth, Delhi, Georgetown, Morrinsburg, and Peterborough, Ontario)., By: Greg Turner., Prepared for Larry Paterson, Central Ontario Viniculture Association ; Colin Taylor, Trent University., Date of project submission: April 2006., Includes bibliographic references., GEO 440: Community-Based Research Project.
The community bake oven feasibility study
The results of this survey were, by and large, successful - a point that is well illustrated by the high number of respondents that the survey received. A total of 44 individuals participated in the survey, with response rates varying according to each respective professional category., About this report -- Methodology -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Summary of findings. Executive summary. Survey results. Recommendations -- Recommendations. Executive summary. Potential business models -- Notes -- Bibliography., By Evan Brockest., Includes bibliographic references., ERST 4840H: Environmental Resource Studies Community Based Education.
Correlation between hunger and the lack of affordable housing in Peterborough City/County
By: Diane Greening and Lisa Rollin. --, Includes bibliographic references.
added value of open land space uses
by Peter Palmer. --, For: Professor T. Whillans and Ian Attridge, Community Placement/Course ERS383b., Includes bibliographic references (p. 16)., ERST 383b: Community-Based Research Project.
Trent University community garden project
The primary purpose of this project was to represent research that can help to develop a community garden on Symons Campus at Trent University. The secondary purpose was to hopefully initiate many new traditions at the university and open the garden to the entire community., 1. Introduction -- 2. History of community gardens efforts at Trent University. 1.1 Location, format and status. 1.2 What can be learned from the past? -- 3. Community gardens in the Peterborough Region. 3.1 The role of the YWCA-Direct support. 3.2 Community gardens not affiliated with the YWCA. 3.3 Related educational and community development programs. 3.4 Factors contributing to success -- 4. Select community gardens outside of Peterborough. 4.1 City Farmer: Vancouver. 4.2 Montreal Community Gardens. 4.3 FoodShare: Toronto. 4.4 Strathcona Community Gardens. 4.5 Community gardens in university settings -- 5. Ecological management techniques. 5.1 Companion planting as a method for pest control. 5.2 Soil maintenance. 5.3 Heritage seed varieties -- 6. Conclusion., By: Anna Sandilands and Christina Dance. --, Date of project submission: February 26, 2001., Includes works cited., ERST 383H: Community Based Research Project.
Peterborough torrential storm and flood report
Andrea Hibbert. --, Date of project submission: Feb. 28, 2003., Includes bibliographic references., ERSC 484H: ORCA Community Based Research Placement.
Heritage designation for the Hope Sawmill
The Hope Sawmill, in the village of Keene, is currently under renovation to repair damages caused by arson. The renovation of the Mill will return the building to a working museum and preserve the historical heritage of the site., Part one: The designation process. What is the process for designating a heritage site. Reasons for designation. Registration. Restrictions on alteration. Restrictions on demolition or removal. Offences [sic] and penalties -- Part two: Should heritage deisgnation [sic] be sought for the Hope Sawmill? Introduction. What? Why? Conclusion -- Part three: Heritage challenge fund. Introduction. Is there enough community endorsement? Current funds raised. Current funds available. Conclusion -- Part four: Recommendations. Introduction to the issue. Otonabee Region Conservation Authority's issue. Stakeholders. Problems ORCA faces. Solutions to ORCA's problems. Funding limitations. In conclusion -- Bibliography., A research report by: Adam Parker. --, A research report by Adam Parker, for the Otonabee Region Conservation authority., Date of project submission: April 11, 2002., Includes bibliographic references (p. 30)., Geography 470: Research in Human Geography.
Evaluation of pedagogical strategies
The purpose of this study was to determine whether or not the Outdoor Education Centre at Camp Kawartha is effective in its mandate: teaching children to know more about and care more for the natural world., by Kelly O-Neill-MacLellan. --, Includes: final research report; bibliography., Completed for: Camp Kawartha; Professor Jackie Solway, Trent University; Trent-Centre for Community-Based Education., Date of project completion: April 2003., Includes bibliographic references., IDST 370, International Development Studies, Community-based research project.

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