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Arboretum Workshop: Wednesday Noon Walks

Arboretum 250 Arboretum Road, Guelph

Nature is know to be unpredictable and unexpected, so what awaits us today? Michelle, the Arboretum's Naturalist Intern, will lead hour-long walks every Wednesday. Walks start at the Arboretum kiosk …

Time to Pride! SIGMAS 2022 Pride Panel Discussion

Ontario

The Students in Graduate Mathematics and Statistics (SIGMAS) Club invites you to attend our Time to Pride! 2022 Pride Month Panel Discussion. This panel discussion will complement our Instagram Spotlight …

Arboretum Workshop: Wednesday Evening Walks

J.C. Taylor Nature Interpretive Centre

Join us each Wednesday for the months of June, July and August at the J.C. Nature Center (Arboretum, University of Guelph) from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to explore different aspects …

Arboretum Workshop: Wednesday Evening Walks

Recurring
J.C. Taylor Nature Interpretive Centre

Join us each Wednesday for the months of June, July and August at the J.C. Nature Center (Arboretum, University of Guelph) from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to explore different aspects …

ONLINE Speaker Panel: Translational Health Research

Ontario

OVC is pleased to invite you to our Translational Health Research speaker panel to be held at this year's Graduate Student Research Symposium. Translational Health research unites basic science, veterinary …

Pride Picnic

Johnston Green

Join the Sexual Violence Support Centre, Sexual and Gender Diversity Office, and Wellness Education and Promotion Centre for a Queer Picnic on Johnston Green! We welcome the 2SLGBTQIA+ U of G community to come and have intimate and engaging conversations surrounding healthy relationships, consent and queerness outside of a heteronormative and cisgendered lens. There will

ONLINE: Arboretum Workshop – What to do when you find a baby rabbit

ONLINE Ontario

Join us over the lunch hour for the second session in this wildlife education series! How to handle finding a baby skunk or raccoon. Learn how to detect if they need your help, and the proper precautions to take when handling these rabies vector species. We will go through their natural history, what a healthy

Science in India 2047

Ontario

Adventure and skepticism: Building scientific temper in India Gagandeep Kang, Professor, The Welcome Trust Research Laboratory Division of Gastrointestinal Sciences, Christian Medical College, Vellore Transforming science education towards innovation, entrepreneurship …

ONLINE: Arboretum Workshp – What to do when you find a baby raccoon or skunk

ONLINE Ontario

Join us over the lunch hour for the second session in this wildlife education series! How to handle finding a baby skunk or raccoon. Learn how to detect if they need your help, and the proper precautions to take when handling these rabies vector species. We will go through their natural history, what a healthy

Arboretum Workshop: Wednesday Evening Walks

Recurring
J.C. Taylor Nature Interpretive Centre

Join us each Wednesday for the months of June, July and August at the J.C. Nature Center (Arboretum, University of Guelph) from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to explore different aspects of the world around us! Cost is $2 per person and free for kids under 5. June 29: Putting Down Roots - Join us as

ONLINE: Arboretum Workshop – Virtual Tree Identification

ONLINE Ontario

Do you love trees but can’t tell an ash from a walnut, a birch from a beech, or a spruce from a fir? Are you looking to connect more with the natural world around you? Join Shelley Hunt, University of Guelph course instructor and former Arboretum Director, for a virtual, interactive tree identification workshop. There

ONLINE: Arboretum Workshop – What to do when you find a baby songbird

ONLINE Ontario

Join us over the lunch hour for the fourth session in this wildlife education series! How to handle finding a baby songbird. Learn how to detect if they need your help (is it just a fledgling learning to fly or is it a hatchling or nestling in need?) We will go through their natural history,

Arboretum Workshop: Wednesday Evening Walks

Recurring
J.C. Taylor Nature Interpretive Centre

Join us each Wednesday for the months of June, July and August at the J.C. Nature Center (Arboretum, University of Guelph) from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to explore different aspects of the world around us! Cost is $2 per person and free for kids under 5. June 29: Putting Down Roots - Join us as

ONLINE: Arboretum Workshop – Virtual Tree Identification

ONLINE Ontario

Do you love trees but can’t tell an ash from a walnut, a birch from a beech, or a spruce from a fir? Are you looking to connect more with the natural world around you? Join Shelley Hunt, University of Guelph course instructor and former Arboretum Director, for a virtual, interactive tree identification workshop. There

ONLINE: Arboretum Workshop – What to do when you find a baby opossum

ONLINE Ontario

Join us over the lunch hour for the fifth session in this wildlife education series! How to handle finding a baby opossum. Learn how to detect if they need your help (unlike other species, the babies stay with their mum for a while!) We will go through their natural history, what a healthy versus unhealthy

ONLINE: Arboretum Workshop – What to do when you find a baby squirrel or chipmunk

ONLINE Ontario

Join us over the lunch hour for the sixth and final session in this wildlife education series! How to handle finding a baby squirrel or chipmunk. Learn how to detect if they need your help. We will go through their natural history (did you know chipmunks don’t nest in trees?), what a healthy versus unhealthy

Arboretum Workshop: Wednesday Evening Walks

Recurring
J.C. Taylor Nature Interpretive Centre

Join us each Wednesday for the months of June, July and August at the J.C. Nature Center (Arboretum, University of Guelph) from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to explore different aspects of the world around us! Cost is $2 per person and free for kids under 5. June 29: Putting Down Roots - Join us as

ONLINE: Arboretum Workshop – Virtual Tree Identification

ONLINE Ontario

Do you love trees but can’t tell an ash from a walnut, a birch from a beech, or a spruce from a fir? Are you looking to connect more with the natural world around you? Join Shelley Hunt, University of Guelph course instructor and former Arboretum Director, for a virtual, interactive tree identification workshop. There