Environmental Youth Corps 1994: Haliburton Highlands Bioregional Atlas Report
Departments: Canadian Studies and Environmental Studies
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This is a report by the project coordinator summarizing her work on the Bioregional Atlas and the establishment of a framework for the actual creation of the atlas to follow. The atlas is to focus on both the human and non-human communities of the Haliburton Highlands and will include cultural, ecological, political, social, historical, biological, geological, and economic factors. This report sets out the objectives, outlines the products achieved over the summer, provides extensive bibliographic information, details the direction for each of the 30 map plates, presents budget proposals, and lists recommendations for those taking up the production of the atlas.