The Land Between works with knowledge holders, students and research institutions to gather information on the culture, ecology and socio-economy of the region.
The Land Between also gathers and houses valuable data that may be used to support conservation planning, key initiatives and advanced research. This data is in the form of audio, video, maps, databases, shapefiles (georeferenced data), and printed reports. A data sharing agreement is required, which outlines the terms of the data use including copyright information. Sensitive data of Species at Risk, First Nation’s cultural attributes are not available to the public.
Research summaries and results are posted on our Science and Discoveries page and are free for download.
Baseline natural resource data may be ordered through the Ontario Geospatial Data Exchange through Land Information Ontario.
TLB works to research and characterize the world around us. We have a large data warehouse to support planning and recovery initiatives.
Examples of datasets include:
- Ecological units/habitats
- Shoreline development- remote sensing 2017
- Haliburton County Arable soils report
- Haliburton County Arable soils shapefiles
- Bird diversity mapping for the region
- Ghost towns database
- Protected Areas mapping
- Enhanced wetland mapping for central TLB- Hastings, CKL, Peterborough
- Wetland habitat type
- Rock barren habitats/alvars/savannas
- Habitat suitability mapping for species at risk
- Mitigation area mapping for turtles
TLB also offers access to High Definition footage of the region.