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Guided walking tour of Belle Park will highlight project research

Join Mary Louise Adams (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) and Alexander Braun (Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) for a guided walking tour of the Belle Park Project, a University Research Project funded by the Social Sciences and Research Council (SSHRC), on Sunday, Oct. 17, 3-5 pm, at Belle Park.

Full details can be found on the Belle Park Project website.

The tour will focus on what has been learned from research in Belle Park and on the questions that are emerging in relation to the proposed remediation of the Tannery lands and the Inner Harbour. Drs. Adams and Braun will discuss the social, cultural and environmental situation of Belle Park, a conglomerate of human and natural ecosystems.

The walk will be on the gravel service road along the south end of the park and overlooking the Tannery lands.

This event is free to attend and open to all. No registration required. COVID protocols apply, so please bring a mask and maintain proper distancing.

*Rain date: Tuesday. Oct. 19 4-6 pm.