Niagara College has reported that it is the first postsecondary education institution in Canada to be designated a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. The designation was achieved through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program due to the quality of the college’s environmental planning, wildlife and habitat management, water quality and conservation, and more. The certification process involved programs and departments across the college, including the School of Environmental Horticultural Studies, the NC Sustainability department, and Facilities Management Services. “We are proud of this recognition,” said Environmental and Horticultural Studies Associate Dean Alan Unwin, “but it will only inspire us to do more to protect and enhance the diversity of life that exists at this campus well into the future while involving students in every possible way.”


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