Posted on August 24, 2021
Brock University in St Catharines and Niagara Park are joining forces for a good cause: to preserve the parks along the Niagara River and Niagara Falls.
The university and the parks group have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together on the environmental stewardship of the site, which is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists each year.
Niagara Parks president Janice Thomson said the deal would work well for both groups, but more importantly, for the park they are now working in tandem to protect.
“This partnership reflects Niagara Parks’ steadfast commitment to the environment and we look forward to continuing to work closely with Brock University and its team at the Center for Environmental Sustainability Research to advance and promote our common goals. Thomson said.
Under the agreement, the Brock Environmental Sustainability Research Center will share its expertise with the parks authority and participate in collaborative research events and projects.
The deal is also a boost for students, who will benefit from a co-op program and other work integration opportunities in the 1,700 hectare park.
Professor Ryan Plummer, the The Director of the Brock Environmental Sustainability Research Center said: “Significant impacts for the environment and for people will be achieved through this initiative through innovative research, hands-on experience and leading-edge practices. . “
He added, “Engaging Brock faculty and students directly with (Niagara Parks) staff is the science of sustainability in action.”
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