Posted on behalf of Northeast Avalon ACAP
June 7th, 11am-pm
Join Northeast Avalon ACAP (NAACAP) for a Community Clean-up and Flower Planting at Lundrigan’s Marsh. Lundrigan’s Marsh is a unique 32 hectare cattail marsh, known for sightings of unusual birds and a vital part of the Virginia River System.
Meet at the Lookout, 335 East White Hills Road between 11am – 1pm June 7th. Volunteers are welcome to plant native and pollinator friendly flowers while cleaning up around the marsh. Our goal is to plant 200 flowers and remove 200 kg of waste from the environment! Refreshments and supplies will be provided by Northeast Avalon ACAP.
The Environmental Education Commission is seeking volunteers to help out in our kitchen during our 6 summer camps in 2017. Our preference would be for volunteers who would be available for a full camp (i.e. 3-days or 5-days), but we would also be interested in having volunteers who can stay for a minimum of 2 days. Please visit echopondsummercamp.ca for a list of camps and dates.
Volunteers would aid our 1-2 cooks in preparing healthy, homemade meals, and keeping the kitchen clean and tidy. Specifically we would like volunteers who could help with: chopping vegetables, making desserts, setting up the dining room, and washing dishes. Benefits include: complimentary meals and accommodation, spending time in our beautiful forest, getting to observe an environmental education camp in action, and access to swimming and canoes during your free time when they are not in use by campers.
Echo Pond Summer Camp is run by the Environmental Education Commission at the Brother Brennan Centre, a registered charity. We aim to make our camps as accessible to as many children as possible, and therefore rely on volunteers to help keep our prices affordable.
Volunteers will be asked to provide an up-to-date Criminal Record Check certificate.
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please send a short email letting us know your availability and a little about yourself, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Email us at email@example.com
April 12th, 2017, 6:30 PM
172 Military Rd Gathering Place, St. John’s, NL
Guest Speaker: Dr.Rodolphe Devillers , “Towards better scientific approaches for selecting new marine protected areas”
Election of New Board of Directors
If you have an interest in the environment, and would like to become more involved in the protection of our natural resources, please join us for an exciting evening!
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – Newfoundland and Labrador has a mission to promote the systematic establishment of new terrestrial and marine protected areas and to foster effective management of existing protected areas in the province.
We would love to see you there!
For more information please contact us at (709) 726-5800 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All members of the public and Environmental organizations are welcome to attend. No RSVP is required however any questions may be directed to email@example.com
For voting privileges please ensure your organization has recently renewed their membership. For more information on membership please visit our membership page here.
New steering committee nominees from member organizations are welcome. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or nominations. Agenda will be published on the NLEN website once available.
The 2015 AGM Minutes to be presented are available here.
The 2015-16 Fiscal Year Financial Statement to be presented is available here.
The finances as of October 31st, for interest, are available here.
The AGM and Oceans Caucus is being launched in unison with the ENGO Consultation on the 2012 Changes to the Fisheries Act. All are welcome to attend the AGM, without reservation. However, to participate in the consultation, you must register. Please find more information on the consultation here.
NLEN would like to particularly thank our member organization the Quidi Vidi-Rennie’s River Development Foundation and their catering location the Suncor Energy Fluvarium for their support for these events. Further information about their venue and catering services can be found here.
Interested in continuing the work of FEASt? Then please join us Nov. 20 from 2 to 4 at the Sobey’s Community Room, Merrymeeting Road, where you will have the opportunity to form a new Board of Directors of FEASt. You can help continue the work of the organization, and take a leadership role in your community! The current Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to dissolve the organization if there are not enough people interested in forming a new board.
Whether you are interested in joining the Board or not, please join us Nov. 20 as we look back and celebrate 8 amazing years of educating the public on local food systems, and helping to increase access to safe, affordable foods! Help us celebrate all of the community support that we received throughout the years!
If you are passionate about food security in the St. John’s region and want to see the work of FEASt continue it is important that you attend this meeting!
You invited to attend the Annual General Meeting of the Northeast Avalon ACAP (NAACAP) on Monday, September 26 at MUN Botanical Garden. The event will include a special presentation from Memorial University’s Tom Cooper titled “Exploring PPP and Alternative Service Delivery Models for both the private and not-for-profit sectors”. This presentation will include discussion on the use of P3s and alternate service delivery methods for funding environmental infrastructure projects. The presentation will be at 7 PM and will be followed by AGM business.
If you are interested in joining NAACAP’s Board of Directors, please email email@example.com to express interest.
The Petty Harbour Mini Aquarium is looking for volunteers! A catch-and-release aquarium nestled in beautiful Petty Harbour, volunteers help us to engage the public and educate visitors about local marine life and our oceans. Positions to be filled include: Science Interpreter and Aquarist, Event help, Research Assistant, and Aquarium Maintenance.
Volunteers are needed for weekly 3 hour shifts from now until October 7, 2016. Along with weekly interpretive shifts, volunteers are needed for outreach events, our release party, and the take-down of the aquarium tanks once our season is over.
For more information or to sign up today, email Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out an inquiry form on our website.