Characterizing a Canadian Icon
Start date: 1 January, 2017
End date: 31 December, 2017
Keen to share the results of this research at community and outreach events during the sesqui-centennial. If you'd like me to deliver a talk or a workshop, I would be happy to discuss your requirements. I merge archaeology, environmental history and cultural information toward telling the story of the maple, for maximum interest.
Nature of the Project Reach
The results of this research would be accessible to all Canadians, from elementary school to retirees, with talks and workshops covering a wide-ranging area of interest. Including but not limited to: the military, sport, art, nature, maritime archaeology, Canadian history, music, literature and the media.
To celebrate the role of the maple in Canadian history, whilst educating and sharing the details of its varied cultural legacy. Keen to connect with events and participate with other groups to share research with communities.
Looking to work with others to share projects to the public. If you have an event that you are looking to enhance with a speaker and educator on Canada's iconic maple, I would be eager to speak with you.