NLEN E-Update – Jan 18

EVENTS

1. Tues Jan 19: Launch of Fair Trade Action in St. John’s

2. Tues Jan 19: Insect Insights – A Look at the Amazing World of Insects & Arachnids

3. Tues Jan 19: Public Talk – Nahanni River Adventures

4. Wed Jan 20: Introduction to Winter Camping

5. Wed Jan 20: Public Discussion – New five-year operating plan for Forest Management in Central Continue reading NLEN E-Update – Jan 18

St. John’s Farmers’ Market

The second season of the St. John’s Farmers’ Market got off to an exciting start on Saturday, June 6th, 2009 with record-breaking attendance. Over 1400 people hungry for local food showed up and caused many vendors to sell out early. The market has have a variety of old and new vendors, workshops, music, fresh coffee and a fantastic feeling of community for the whole family. Continue reading St. John’s Farmers’ Market

Panel established to review proposed Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Generation Project

Canada’s Environment Minister Jim Prentice and Newfoundland and Labrador’s Minister of Environment and Conservation Charlene Johnson, along with Dave Denine, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, announced today the establishment of a five-member Joint Review Panel for the proposed Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Generation Project, located near Happy Valley-Goose Bay in Labrador. Continue reading Panel established to review proposed Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Generation Project