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30 Sept 2010

To learn more about "Our Plants Our Land" workshop held last month in Nain, Nunatsiavut, check out the photo essay on the Tukisinnik Research Forum facebook page!

12 July 2010

The LHRG is pleased to extend a belated welcome to Dr. Johanna Wolf as the first postdoctoral fellow at the Labrador Institute!

29 June 2010

The Climate Change Workshop in Battle Harbour (June 23-26th) was a great success! Thank you to everyone who attended and helped to organize! The LHRG was a partner in a special community forum on research in Nunatsiavut. Named Tukisinnik, meaning “to understand” in Inuktitut, the forum was an opportunity for open dialogue on the value and management of research activities and opportunities in the region. Click here to download the press release

19 June 2010

Congratulations to Andrew Trant for being awarded 'best poster presentation' in his section at the recent IPY Science Conference in Oslo

http://ipy-osc.no/article/2010/1276359482.57

26 May 2010

The 2010 field season is almost here! You will be able to find members of the LHRG in Nain, Kamistastin, and in the Torngat Mountains.

20 May 2010

Andrew Trant will be representing the LHRG in Oslo this June for the IPY Science Conference. He is currently taking recommendations for places to sample local foods and spirits.

15 May 2010

Andrew Trant and Ryan Jameson have stumbled upon something big. They have unearthed one of the oldest black spruce in Canada in the Mealy Mountains. This tree that is less than 3 m tall and about 9 cm in diameter is nearly 370 years old. Oh and get this – it is still producing cones!

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