U of G, National Park Restoration Project Celebrates Canada 150

A University of Guelph project to save an endangered thistle may ultimately restore the plant and help preserve biodiversity in Canada’s national parks.

The Gosling Research Institute for Plant Preservation (GRIPP) at U of G is working with Parks Canada on restoring Hill’s thistle, a native plant which is threatened by encroaching vegetation and human development, in the Bruce Peninsula National Park located in Tobermory, Ont.

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