Biodiversity Projects

First Nations, Metis and Inuit Gardens

First Nations Gardens were planted near the Niagara-on-the-Lake campus wetlands to provide learning experiences for visitors, employees and students. Funding for the garden was provided by the Ontario Ministry of […]

Habitat Structures

Thanks to a generous grant provided by TD Friends of the Environment Foundation in 2015, Niagara College was able to install bird, bat and duck boxes as well as salamander […]

Nature Trails

The Niagara Escarpment, a United Nations Biosphere Reserve can be spotted at the ends of the grape rows in our Wine Visitor and Education Centre, and all along the campus. […]

Niagara College Bioblitz

What is a BioBlitz? Spend the evening with us identifying plants and animal species on the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus. Expert scientists lead citizen scientists like yourself on hikes around the property while […]

Species Monitoring

Biodiversity can be defined as the variety of life. Specifically in the Niagara Region, the richness of life is quite high. There are over 300 bird species, 53 mammals, 36 […]

Tree Inventory

At Niagara College, we use our campuses as a way for students to explore, learn and innovate in all aspects of sustainability. This way they can take hands on skills […]