Collaborative Relationships Between First Nations and Municipalities in Ontario
MSc Candidate (Research Assistant from Winter Semester 2018 to Summer Semester 2020)
School of Environmental Design and Rural Development
Ontario Agricultural College, University of Guelph
Natalya Garrod is a MSc candidate in the Rural Planning and Development program at the University of Guelph. She has her Undergraduate degree in Environmental Governance from the University of Guelph, where she focused her studies on First Nations water governance. She is currently working under Dr. Sheri Longboat as a Research Assistant on a First Nations water security planning project funded by the RBC Blue Water Project.
Natalya will be joining the research team for the next two years as she works towards her Masters degree. She will continue to work with Professor Longboat to empirically understand the conditions that support First Nation and municipal engagement in water-related collaborations.
Certificate of Completion:
Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans Course on Research Ethics: TCPS 2: CORE