Nature’s Past: Sean Kheraj’s monthly environmental podcast. Public Lectures 2006–12: NiCHE has recorded a number of public lectures. 2012 Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures: A series of lectures on Forest History. 2011 Cross-Pollination: A workshop on the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery. Transforming Canada: A series of environmental history talks, hosted in two cities. Canadian Historical Association – 2011: Four recorded lectures related to environmental history. 2010 American Society for Environmental History: The annual meeting of the ASEH, held in Portland, Oregon Place and Replace: A conference meant to provoke questions about location in Western Canada. New Perspectives on Parks: Canadian parks are of global significance and yet local/regional parks remain largely ignored. Time and a Place – PEI: A workshop that brought together 60 international participants to develop links between the Island’s past, present and future. Canadian History & Environment Summer School – Montreal: Annual workshop for grad students, fellows, faculty members and other interested parties. 2009 Hacking as a Way of Knowing: A physical computing workshop that considered the problem of E-waste. Bringing Subsistence Out of the Shadows: bring together emerging scholarship on subsistence and mixed economies. Canadian History & Environment Summer School – Ottawa: Annual workshop for grad students, fellows, faculty members and other interested parties. Northern Environmental History Workshop: Students, faculty, and northerners gather under the midnight sun to consider environmental history. Svartarkot Workshop – Iceland: Seven Canadians journeyed to Iceland where they took part in an environmental history workshop at the “end of the earth.” American Society for Environmental History – 2009: The annual meeting for the ASEH, held in Talahassee, Florida. NiCHE Slidecasts – 2009: A series of slidecasts related to Environmental History. Canadian History & Environment Summer School – Ottawa: Annual workshop for grad students, fellows, faculty members and other interested parties. Canadian Historical Association – 2009: Sixteen Recorded lectures related to environmental history. 2008 Canadian Climate History Workshop:A two day workshop that discussed the study of climate in Canada. Rethinking the Great White North: Held in Kingston, Ontario. February, 2008. Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting: The annual meeting of the CHA, held in Ottawa in 2008 Western Canadian Studies Conference: Western Canadian Studies Conference. Canadian Parks for Tomorrow: Held in Calgary, 2008. Considering Site C: A roundtable discussion about the proposed Site C dam in the BC interior. Sponsored by Nature | History | Society. W.F. Ganong Colloquium 2008: Sponsored by History & Environment in the Atlantic Region and held at Dalhousie University, Halifax. Quelques Arpents de Neige 2008: Presentations recorded at the public lectures sponsored by Quelques Arpents de Neige.