About U-Links

Established in 1999, the U-Links Centre for Community-Based Research works with community partners, faculty and students to deliver high quality, relevant research services to Haliburton County. Through the innovative Community Based Education (CBE) program, U-Links works with community partners, and faculty and students from Trent University to bring the resources of the university to the community, and the resources of the community to the university.

The results of our research are used to foster community development in many aspects of life in Haliburton County including social services, culture and recreation, health, agriculture and the environment.

How to use U-Links’ Haliburton County Collection database:

This database includes reports on hundreds of research projects undertaken by University and College students for organizations and municipalities in Haliburton County since 1989. It also includes research documents and consultant reports relating to Haliburton County undertaken by other organizations.
 

To find a document:

Search by topic, organization, student name, post-secondary institution, year, location, or key word(s).
  • To refine your search use the Advanced Search function.
  • You can also browse to look for topics of interest.
  • Many of the research documents can be accessed on-line in this database; others are stored at the U-Links office in Minden.
Contact us at admin@ulinks.ca or 705-286-2411 if you have questions.

Recently Added Items

William Dobbin & Zack Weaver, Sustainable Procurement in City of Kawartha Lakes & Haliburton County

DobbinWeaver_SocialProcurement_2021_Ver2.pdf

William Dobbin & Zack Weaver, Sustainable Procurement in City of Kawartha Lakes & Haliburton County, Trent University, 2021

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Abbey Struyk, Emma Phillips, and Matt Susac, Frog Monitoring in the Haliburton Highlands

HHLT Frog Monitoring - Final Report (1)-min.pdf

Abbey Struyk, Emma Phillips, and Matt Susac, Frog Monitoring in the Haliburton Highlands, Trent University, 2021

The Haliburton Highlands Land Trust (HHLT) is a nonprofit organization that owns and protects approximately 1300 acres of land in Haliburton County,…

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Ester Wilson & Benjamin Carkner, HALLS LAKE BIOASSESSMENT - YEAR 2, USING BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES AS BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS

Halls Lake 2020 (1)-min.pdf

Ester Wilson & Benjamin Carkner, HALLS LAKE BIOASSESSMENT - YEAR 2, USING BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES AS BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS, Trent University, 2021

The second year of a three year baseline study into the benthic macroinvertebrate communities of Halls Lake.

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Samantha Dunlop, Biodiversity Planning and Protection in the Land Between

TLB CBR report - Samantha Dunlop.pdf

Samantha Dunlop, Biodiversity Planning and Protection in the Land Between, Trent University, 2021

The Land Between bioregion is considered the last intact wilderness of southern Ontario. The Land Between is home to unique communities of flora and…

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