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An Undiscovered Campus Walk: Bees and Trees

Friday, August 23, 2019, 12:00pm - 01:00pm


Stroll through some of U of T’s tiny forests and gardens to observe the ‘hive’ of activity as we consider the relationships with U of T, trees and bees. Walkers will contribute data to iNaturalist’s online community gathering important environmental information on Toronto’s green spaces. Join this lunchtime buzz around campus and learn about some of U of T’s bees and trees.


Please download the iNaturalist app onto your phone and register an account. Come to the walk with a fully-charged phone, comfortable walking shoes, and a loving curiosity for U of T’s bees and trees.


Rain or shine, this buzz-around campus is still on. Dress for the weather.



Meet at the north-east corner of New College, just south of the Clara Benson Building


Tour Leader: Erika Bailey

Erika is the sort of person you stop on the street to ask directions. She’s worked at U of T for over 18 years, and her connection to the university spans 25 years of volunteer and professional work, alumni engagement, studies, varsity athletics, mentorship, educational and co-curriculuar facilitation, and building community with colleagues from all areas and roles. Erika’s research explored how people tell their stories about places and how this impacts their identity and environmental choices.

Location: The little rose garden at corner of Classic Avenue and Huron Street
Presenter: Erika Bailey