The Sandy Point Legacy Project

Nature Conservancy Canada – Sandy Point was at one time the largest settlement on the west coast of Newfoundland, reaching its population peak of 750 residents in the mid-19th century.

News Review (May 24-30) from NLEN

Compiled by: Newfoundland and Labrador Environment Network Provincial Government news releases: Ministerial Statement – 100 Years and Counting – Parks Canada Celebrates Centennial News releases from NL opposition parties: Dunderdale keeps industrial users in the dark about Muskrat Falls rates (NL Liberal Party) In the media: News, Commentary, Letters to the Editor & Podcast Atlantic […]

Upcoming Events (May – June)

Compiled by: Newfoundland and Labrador Environment Network May 15-June 15, 2011 Take Pride Take Action Spring Clean-Up St. John’s May 30, 2011 9:00 PM GreenTeacher.com Webinar: “Greening Education with Courage and Compassion” Webinar May 31, 2011 7:00 PM River Ranger Training – Northeast Avalon region Community Room Dominion Store, Lake Avenue, St. John’s June 1, […]

Upcoming Events (May – June)

Compiled by: Newfoundland and Labrador Environment Network May 15-June 15, 2011 Take Pride Take Action Spring Clean-Up St. John’s May 30, 2011 9:00 PM GreenTeacher.com Webinar: “Greening Education with Courage and Compassion” Webinar May 31, 2011 7:00 PM River Ranger Training – Northeast Avalon region Community Room Dominion Store, Lake Avenue, St. John’s June 1,…

Video: Ocean Memories from CPAWS NL

An Ocean Champion is an individual who has an appreciation of the ocean and a shared knowledge of its diversity. By listening to our ocean champions we can learn from them and ensure the ocean and its resources are available for generations to come.

NLEN E-Update: August 23, 2010

EVENTS
Mon, Aug 23 and Thur, Aug 26: NAACAP Free Guided walks around Long Pond (St. John’s)
Sun, Aug 29: Edible Plant Walk at MUN Botanical Garden (St. John’s)
Sun, Aug 29: FEASt Pippy Park Summer Workshop Series: Building a Compost, Oxen Pond Community Garden (St. John’s)
Sun, Aug 29: Modern and Ancient Lake-Delta Environments in the Humber Valley Area

NLEN E-Update May 25th

EVENTS

Wed May 26: Screening – Manufactured Landscapes

Thurs May 27: Spring Workshop – Edible Plant Walk

Sat May 29: Fundraiser Yard Sale for the St. John’s Farmer’s Market

Sat May 29: East Coast Trail Assn Hike – Tinkers Point Path (Mobile to Tors Cove)