So….You Look at Rocks?

Hiking, camping and playing outside are my favourite childhood memories, and probably why I choose to study Geology. I love science and math, but being a biologist or chemist didn’t suit me. I wanted adventure, exploration and the ability to work outdoors. When you tell someone you’re going to study geology, it often follows by

Day of Geography – Making Urban Forestry More Efficient

Whilst I can’t technically classify myself as a Geography Professional, I do seem to spend a lot of my time urging Public Sector Clients and prospective Clients to take more advantage of Geospatial Technologies in their everyday work. My name is Ian Lucas. I’m a partner in a Niagara Falls based company called Public Service

Day of Geography 2017

Hello everyone. Welcome to the 4th annual Day of Geography! On this day, I’m doing a wide variety of things. As my full time job is working in the Long Range Community Planning pod of Planning and Development Services at the Niagara Region, a healthy part of my day so far is catching up on

Geography Matters!

Submitted by Joseph Kerski: I confess that I am a “geographer by training and by philosophy.”  What does

Keeping it Green

As luck would have it, I started my new job on Day of Geography (DOG) to kick off

Day of Geography – Week of Events!

I can’t begin to describe how happy I am that more people continue to contribute to the Day