🌱Will be for individuals who self-identify as Indigenous, Black, and/or Racialized.
🔍 Will consist of a series of curated workshops on a variety of field work and naturalist skills led predominantly by Indigenous, Black and/or Racialized graduate students and professionals in the field.
💵 Will cover the costs for accommodations, food, workshops and provide subsidies for transportation and basic equipment.
📅 JUNE 23-25TH
Western University @ Bronte Creek
We are organizing an overnight camping weekend field excursion at the Bronte Creek Provincial Park. For more information about the event and for contact information, please visit our application page.
⏰ Apply by April 30th 11: 59PM EST!
📅 Zoom info session March 16th 4pm EST – zoom link below!
This event is happening with the generous partnership of Ontario Parks.
- At the University of Western Ontario, this event is supported by the Social Sciences Fund, the Department of Biology, the Faculty of Science.
- We are running this event with the support of Birds Canada and Credit Valley Conservation.
📅 MAY 12- 14TH
McMaster University + University of Guelph @ Toronto Zoo
We are organizing an overnight weekend field excursion at the Toronto Zoo Bush Camp. For more information about the event and for contact information, please visit our application page.
⏰ No longer accepting applications!
This event is happening with the generous partnership of the Toronto Zoo.
- At McMaster University, this event is supported by the Department of Biology, the School of Earth, Environment and Society, and the Alumni Association.
- At the University of Guelph, this event is supported by OPRIG, the Anti-Oppression Fund, School of Environmental Sciences, and Department of Integrative Biology.
- We are running this event with the support of Parks Canada and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA).
📅 AUG 27TH – SEPT 2ND
University of Toronto @ Algonquin
We are organizing a paid, overnight weeklong field excursion at the Algonquin Wildlife Research Station. For more information about the event and for contact information, please visit our application page.
⏰ No longer accepting applications
This event is happening in generous partnership with the University of Toronto Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department and Ontario Parks.
- We are grateful for the benevolent support of Birds Canada, American Society of Naturalists, Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution, SilvaCom, the Toronto Zoo, Canadian Herpetological Society, and Society of Canadian Ornithologists.