Prairie Environmental Network

Photo: Darrell Nash

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Despite the often flat and static view of the Prairies in the public gaze and aside from the Prairies providing endless jokes revolving around sight, distance, elevation, and run-away dogs, Prairie region landscapes are actually quite diverse, as are their histories.

The Prairie Environmental Network seeks to create synergies between scholars researching Great Plains and other provincial prairie landscapes. Our aim is to use these interdisciplinary connections to gain a deeper understanding of the common and contested linkages between ecological, social and cultural histories of the Prairie region.

Key Links

Resources / Ressources
Prairie Environment Network Archive

Past Events / Événements
Historical Climate Change Reconstruction in the Great Plains (2008)
Canadian History & Environment Summer School (2007)

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