Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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Ecotourism best practices and feasibility study
Executive summary -- Introduction -- Best practices -- Feasibility analysis -- General recommendations -- Conclusion -- References -- Appendix., by Lingling Liao. --, For: The Community Opportunity & Innovation Network, Ptbo. Inc., Project supervisor: Professor Ray Dart, April, 2001., Includes bibliographic references., AD 482: Community-Based Research Project.
The Kawartha Barrens trail study
The Kawartha Barrens Trail Study was performed by David Lester during the winter of 2001/2002. The research was performed to identify priority trail features and [sic] propose hiking and skiing routes within and around the Kawartha Barrens Enhanced Management Area, located 45 minutes north of Peterborough, Ontario., Abstract -- Introduction -- Study area -- Benefits of trails -- Literature review -- Methods -- Results -- Requirements -- Wildlife corridor -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- Acknowledgements., By David Lester., Includes bibliographic references (p. 23-24)., GEOG 470: Research in Human Geography.
Rainbow Tallgrass prairie restoration project
Justine Lenze, Taylor Wilkes., Completed for Rainbow Tallgrass Prairie Restoration Project; Supervising Professor: John Fraser, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., ERST 452 - Restoration Ecology.
Historical place names
This research project examines three study areas in the Peterborough County, Curve Lake First Nation, and two municipalities of North Kawartha and Galway-Harvey and Cavendish. The main focus of this project was to examine the names of water bodies and some land forms in the three study areas., Abstract -- Introduction -- Literature review. 1. Introduction. 2. Background information. 3. Sense of place. 4. Brief history of the settlement of Kawartha Lakes and Peterborough County. 5. Aboriginal peoples role in place names. 6. How places are names. 7. Types of place name studies. 8. How to conduct place names research. 9. Trends in place name research. 10. Ontario place names studies. 11. Conclusion -- Methods -- Results. Curve Lake First Nation. North Kawartha. Cavendish, Galway-Harvey. Cumulative analysis -- Discussion. Individual trends. Cumulative trends -- Conclusion -- Appendix. Curve Lake First Nation. North Kawartha. Cavendish, Galway-Harvey., By: Ellery Leitch, Subitha Premkumar & Kathleen Watt. --, Includes: bibliography and appendices., Completed for: Leora Berman at the Kawartha Heritage Conservancy; Supervisor Alan Brunger, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Date of project submission: April 2008., GEOG 470, Geography, Community-Based Research in Human Geography.
Assessment of programs and services provided to newcomers by the New Canadian [sic] Centre
Sophie Leger. --, February 23, 1998., CAST 477: Canadian Social Policy.
Older Worker Stories
This report presents the main results from the qualitative and exploratory study of the sustainability of manufacturing and health care workers 55+ in the Peterborough area during 2010. The purpose of the study was to identify and investigate labour market challenges and opportunities confronted by workers at the back end of their careers when work-time is extending, responsibilities are piling up, the public pension is under revision and the job market is under pressure., Introduction and executive summary -- Presentation of results and next steps. Contribution: Bailey. Health: Reker and Coughlan. Work/Life balance: Law. Care giving: Struthers. Retirement and pensions: Struthers. Training and education upgrading: Law -- Attachment 1: Findings with supporting material. Contribution: Bailey. Health: Reker. Work/Life balance: Law. Care giving: Struthers. Pensions and retirement: Struthers. Training and education: Law -- Attachment 2: Facilitation session with Peterborough seniors. Contribution. Health. Pensions and care giving. Work/Life balance and knowledge needs., Submitted by Trent Applied Social Research Laboratory. --
Barriers to sustainable housing
Summary of barriers to sustainable housing -- Introduction -- Definition of sustainability -- Definition of affordability -- Overview of Peterborough's current housing state -- How to access social housing in Peterborough -- Affordable housing in Peterborough -- Sustainable housing options for Peterborough -- Solutions to obtain sustainable housing -- Target areas for sustainable housing -- How to ensure Peterborough's housing stock will be environmentally sustainable -- What are the benefits to environmentally sustainable homes? -- What if I cannot afford to make my home more sustainable? -- Strategies for sustainable development -- Conclusion -- Bibliography., by Britt Langzik ; for Patty Morrison at Community Opportunity Innovation Network (COIN). --, Date of project submission: April 2002, Includes bibliographic references (p. 22)., GEOG 470H.
The Peterborough Youth Hostel development
I. The Canadian tourism market -- II. Canada's new strategic direction -- III. The Ontario tourism market -- IV. The Peterborough tourism market -- V. Hostels: An introduction -- VI. Primary customer profile -- VII. Demographic breakdown -- VIII. Canadian hostel profile -- IX. Hostelling [sic] structure -- X. Competitive analysis -- XI. Attractions -- XII. Future market opportunity., Conducted by Mark Langdon. --
Mississauga River recreation corridor feasibility study
Mason Lampert. --, Client: Ian Attridge, Dept. of Geography, Trent University, 2000-01, G0470., Includes bibliographic references., GEO 470: Seminar in Human Geography.
Sustainable transportation initiatives, the workplace, and Peterborough
Section 1: Introduction. 1.0 Acknowledgements. 1.1 About the project and Peterborough Green-Up. 1.2 What is "sustainable" transportation? 1.3 Sustainable transportation principles. 1.4 Trends in transportation and climate change. 1.5 Negative impacts of climate change in Canada -- Section 2: Community based social marketing. 2.0 Community based social marketing: tools for change. 2.1 Principles of community based social marketing. 2.2 Methods of promoting sustainable behavior -- Section 3: Transportation to the workplace initiatives: Barriers and approaches. 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Institutional challenges. 3.3 Workplace solutions to overcoming barriers. 3.4 Lifestyle benefits of travel alternatives -- Section 4: Case studies. Case study I: Vancouver's trip reduction program. 4.0 Overview. 4.1 Main objectives. 4.2 Solutions to barriers. 4.3 Results. 4.4 Recommendations for follow-up studies. Case Study II: Ottawa's transportation management program proposal. 4.5 Overview. 4.6 Main objectives. 4.7 Solutions to barriers. 4.8 Recommendations for follow-up studies -- Section 5: Applications in Peterborough and conclusions. 5.0 Transportation applications in Peterborough. 5.1 Conclusions -- Section 6: Resources and bibliography, and appendices. 6.0 Resources. 6.1 Bibliography -- Section 7: Appendices. 7.0 Climate change and transportation ad campaigns. 7.1 Planned road extensions and expansions in Peterborough., Project By: Andre L'Italien., Includes bibliography (p. 26-27)., GEOG 470: Research in Human Geography.
Phase 1 of Peterborough and Lakefield Community Police Service evaluation of Values, Influences and Peers program
By: Katrina Kovach. --, Includes bibliographic references., SOC 4580H: Community Based Research Project.
Sustainable housing alternatives
Introduction -- What is sustainability? -- Why sustainable alternative are needed -- Different approaches to sustainable housing -- Analysis/conclusions -- Contact information -- References., prepared by Robin Kortright. --, For Professor Jennifer Clapp and Community Opportunity and Innovation Network (COIN) Inc. through the Trent Centre for Community-Based Education, April 27, 2001., Includes bibliographic references (p. 44)., ERST 383: Community-Based Research Project.

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