A group blog written by NiCHE members about the field of Environmental History & Historical Geography in Canada.
Leader: Sean Kheraj, York University
A monthly discussion about the environmental history community and research in Canada
Series Editor: Alan MacEachern, University of Western Ontario
A series of edited collections on Canadian environmental history / historical geography.
Editors: Sean Kheraj and Lauren Wheeler, NiCHE
A collaborative video blog containing entries that showcase environmental history.
Leaders: Liza Piper and Alan MacEachern
Part of the Early Canada Environmental Data Project assembling digital resources to facilitate the study of historical data on Canadian environments.
Leader: Graeme Wynn, UBC
Facilitating understanding of forests in Canada's history and preserving our nation's long experience with forestry.
Leader: Colin Coates, York University
Landscapes seeks to encourage reflection on the environmental history of common and public landscapes.
Leader: Laura Cameron, Queen's University
Species migrate. So does environmental knowledge. We are working to improve understanding of migratory species.
Leaders: Stéphane Castonguay & Matthew Evenden
This project is interested in all ways that the humans interact with the hydrological environment.
Leader: Bill Turkel, UWO
Working to create and promote new tools and services that support humanities research and NiCHE projects
Leader: Michael Commito, McMaster University
The New Scholars in Canadian History & Environment is a sub-group of NiCHE for those embarking on their careers.
A network for scholars studying the environmental history and historical geography of the Atlantic provinces.
Leader: Graeme Wynn, UBC
A regional network that hosts events in Vancouver for those studying the environmental history of the West Coast.
Based at U Sask, this network promotes knowledge of environmental history on the Prairies projects
Leader: Dan Rueck, McGill
Bringing together scholars along the Quebec-Windsor corridor and in New England.
Leader:Jess Van Horssen
Cette tribune est appelée à suivre l’actualité de l’histoire environnementale francophone et à être mise à jour par l’apport direct des chercheurs.
The group hosts a monthly potluck reading group and it is open to all environmental historians and historical geographers in the GTA
Alan MacEachern, Luvneet Rana, Adam Crymble
A web exhibit showcasing the life and works of MB Williams, the early biographer of Canada's Parks.
Scholars Profiles (2010-2012)
Editor: Adam Crymble, NiCHE
Once a month this blog will feature the research and experiences of a researcher, written in their own words.
A community-university research initiative that seeks to provide a deeper appreciation for local food systems
A Carleton University Public History project exploring Augmented Reality as a tool for tellilng history.
Andrew Mark and Amanda Di Battista, York
A podcast series collaboration between Nature’s Past, NiCHE, and graduate students and faculty from the York University Faculty of Environmental Studies.
William Van Arragon, Michael P. Ferber, Katie Wallbaum
An online historical atlas of Edmonton's River Valley.
This exhibit was co-curated by Liza Piper and Karen Simonson, with support from the Provincial Archives of Alberta and NiCHE. It was on display at the Provincial Archives of Alberta in Edmonton from September through December 2010.
Leader: Sean Kheraj, Mount Royal
Is it time for more historians to re-think scholarly publishing? In what ways can an open-access approach to publishing enhance knowledge mobilisation?
A project that combines drama with K-8 environmental history education in the Ottawa region.
An initiative to compile and create a Geographic Information Systems dataset on original maps of Ontario created between 1856 and 1888.
A project that seeks to study the historical impacts of abandoned mines on First Nations communities in northern Canada.
An educational materials collaboration between NiCHE, EcoKids Canada and the UWO Public History students of 2009/2010.
Crymble, Young, Kheraj
A series of workshops and resources for graduate students interested in reaching a wide audience with their research.
A network of researchers studying the nuclear industry from a variety of academic backgrounds.
By: Stephen Bocking
The purpose of this project is to develop an online, GIS-based tool for organizing and communicating knowledge of the environmental history of southern Ontario.
Jennifer Bonnell & Marcel Fortin
The project uses GIS to document historical changes in the landscape of the Don River watershed in Toronto.
By: Adam Crymble
By: Ryan O'Connor, Alan MacEachern, UWO
An online exhibit dedicated to the "Back to the Land" movement of 1970s in PEI. Features both a narrative and oral history of life at the time.
By: Leon Robichaud
A pilot project using historical environmental data that seeks to outline best practices for using XML Markup.
Leader: Ken Cruikshank and Nancy Bouchier, McMaster University
A joint project between university and high school students during which students worked together to create short videos about environmental history topics.
By: Peter Pope, Memorial University of Newfoundland
A photo exhibit of the archaeological sites along Newfoundland's Petit Nord, along with maps of the sites.