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Niagara College partners with Society for Ecological Restoration to certify Ecosystem Restoration graduates

A batch of 27 recent graduates of Niagara College’s Ecosystem Restoration (Graduate Certificate) program are getting a jumpstart on their career, becoming Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioners-in-Training (CERPITs), thanks to a new partnership between the college and the Society for Ecological Restoration (SER). The SER is an international organization dedicated to advancing the science, practice and Read more »

Niagara College partners with Society for Ecological Restoration to certify Ecosystem Restoration graduates

A batch of 27 recent graduates of Niagara College’s Ecosystem Restoration (Graduate Certificate) program are getting a jumpstart on their career, becoming Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioners-in-Training (CERPITs), thanks to a new partnership between the college and the Society for Ecological Restoration (SER). The SER is an international organization dedicated to advancing the science, practice and Read more »

Niagara College sparkles at National Wine Awards: Seven medal sweep for Teaching Winery

It is proving to be a vintage year for applied learning at the Niagara College Teaching Winery, with seven new medals from a national wine competition – two for sparkling alone. The Niagara College Teaching Winery recently won a gold, three silvers and three bronze medals at the 2019 WineAlign National Wine Awards of Canada. Read more »

Today is #HoneyBeeAwarenessDay💛 and nobody knows honey bee's like our Commercial Beekeeping students! 🐝

Do you dream of working outdoors while contributing to the sustainability of one of the most important parts of our natural food system – the pollinator? As a commercial bee keeper, you help meet the expected demand for pollination services by various agricultural crops in Canada and around the world.

To learn more about our Commerical Beekeeping program, click here: bit.ly/2Kef8bW

Spots still available for January 2020!🍯 🐝
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