Niche; An ecological niche is defined as the role and position a species has in its environment; how it survives, how it meets its needs for food and shelter and how it reproduces. A species' niche includes all of its interactions with the biotic and abiotic factors of its environment.
Niche brings writers, scientists and photographers together into one nature-focused journal. Celebrating our natural world and chronicling efforts to conserve the lands and waters around Canada, Niche inspires its community of readers to conserve and protect the natural places that they love. This journal gives leaders in the ecological field a deeper knowledge of environmental, social and economic challenges within Canada.
Applied Arts Student Award Winner 2016 — Complete Book Design
Published in November/December 2016 issue of Applied Arts.
Adobe Design Achievement Awards Semifinalist 2016 — Print / Graphic / Illustration