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APNR 1030: Land Use Planning I


This course offers an introduction to assessing environmental systems on the land, and identifying potential effects of human activities and developments on environmental media (air, water, soil, groundwater, vegetation and wildlife habitat), with a focus on Indigenous communities. Emphasis will be placed on sensitivities and potential impacts on soils, surface water, groundwater, vegetation communities and wildlife habitats.

This is the sixth course in the Certificate in First Nation Applied Lands Management program. 

Earlier Event: September 17
APNR 1060: Data Capture II